Imagine that you’ve recently completed some solid training in proofreading and/or copy-editing, and you’re looking forward to your new existence as a fully-fledged editorial professional. But wait! How can you be sure you’re correctly applying all that you’ve learned?
One of the best places to learn is on the job, but this can be particularly stressful when you’re starting out. You want to be sure you’re doing the best work you can for a paying client – not only to offer them a good service for the money, but also to secure repeat business.
Here are some tips for getting valuable proofreading or copy-editing practice when you’re starting out, or if you’re expanding into new areas – without risking your reputation on a live job …
You can read the full post on the SfEP blog.
Liz Jones has worked as an editor in the publishing industry since 1998, and has been freelance since 2008.