Are you looking for an experienced and professional writer to refine your thoughts while staying true to your brand, style and tone? By using Posh's Professional Writing Services, you can be sure that your blog, website, social media, manuscript, emails and more will be polished and ready to be published.
Al La Carte' Services/Self -Standing Services (Not Included in Virtual Assistance Retainer) Resume Writing WelcomePackets eBooks,Workbooks,andGuides WelcomeandSponsorPackages Marketing Packages (PDF) Press Release, Proposal Development Resume (CV) Development Technical writing SocialMedia Copy
Are you looking for an experienced Editor to refine your manuscript while staying true to your writing style and overall tone? By using Posh's Professional Editing Services, you can be sure that your manuscript will be polished and ready for submission to your publisher of choice at a reasonable rate.
We correct grammar, delete redundancies, fix problem sentences, sharpen your vocabulary, edit for overall wordiness, replace incorrect terms, eliminate obvious spelling errors, format and make revision recommendations when necessary. To improve the overall clarity and organization of your manuscript, is our primary purpose.
ELECTRONIC MANUSCRIPTS price list Proofreading - Starts at $3.50 per page Copy Editing - Starts at $4.00 per page Content Editing - Starts at $5.50 per page Creative Editing - Starts at $7.50 per page
A La Carte projects - Start at $30/Hour. Examples: white papers, contracts, correspondences, copy resumes, marketing material.
Beta Reading - Inquire With-In
Mechanical/Proofreading Editing Mechanical editing is essentially proofreading. Generally speaking manuscripts most often at the very least require this type of editing. Defined as a thoroughly perused and polished in terms of grammar and punctuation, this process involves attention to detail in order to completely eliminate all errors land typographical slips like spelling, vocabulary, grammar, punctuation and language usage. Alterations outside his scope belong to the next category of editing.
Copy Editing Copy editing focuses on improving style, accuracy, formatting and address flaws on a very technical level . Often categorized as an incredibly high-end proofread a copy edit corrects spelling, grammar, punctuation, hyphenation, numerals, fonts, and capitalization,.
Making sure there aren’t inconsistencies, and that the authors style flows well, there are different levels of copy editing. Let’s categorize them as light, medium, and heavy. Should you require copy editing you should determine the level of editing you need and expect the following.
Light copy editing consist of double-checking accuracy and treating most grammatical issues.
Medium copy editing includes correcting flow and re-wording some of the writer’s text.
Heavy copy editing, involves re-structuring paragraphs, and deep correction of style, flow, and grammar.
Content/Copy(Website) Editing Content editing is much more intensive, and involves adding things that were left out or overlooked, and re-writing sections of content. Should you require content editing you can expect to some level of content creation, re-writing, correct flow, re-structuring of paragraphs, along with managing corrections.
Creative (ghostwriting) Editing Creative editing involves re-writing and re-organization of the "work" for the purpose of improving the logic and flow. In addition to these changes, often times more subjective revisions such as reworking of the story-line, character, tone, and diction, are included to assure the accuracy and consistency of minute facts. The creative editing process in general offers the author a combination of copy and line editing and includes creative additions or ghostwriting to the manuscript.
Line Editing Line edit addresses the creative content, writing style, and use of language at the sentence and paragraph level. However, the purpose of a line editing is not to comb your manuscript for errors – rather, a line edit focuses on the way you use language to communicate your story to the reader. For example: Is your language clear, fluid, and pleasurable to read? Does it convey a sense of emotion, and at what tone? Do the words you’ve selected convey a precise meaning, or are you using broad generalizations and clichés that can be confusing to your reader?