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Get some distance from the text! Decide which medium lets you proofread most carefully. Try changing the look of your document. Find a quiet place to work. If possible, do your editing and proofreading in several short blocks of time.
Read Your Writing in a New Format. If you typed it, print it out. Take a Break. Let your writing rest for a few hours or overnight. Read it Out Loud. Remove Uncertain Language. Avoid Repetitive Phrases. Eliminate Filler Words. Remove Weak To Be Verbs. Remove Weak Adjectives.
A beginning editor can expect to charge right around $20 an hour. However, an experienced content editor can charge more, as much as $50 to $85 an hour (or even more, depending on what you're doing). Even as a proofreader, after you have established yourself, you can charge $25 $35 an hour.
Self-editing is the process that every writer goes through after they complete a draft of their written work.
Sleep on it. Look over the document at different times of day. Read your writing out loud. Keep an error list. Keep a list of difficult words nearby. Give it time.
Proofreading is important because we are often ignorant, careless, or 'blind' to our own errors, mistakes, bad grammar, poor layout of sentences and paragraphs, poorly constructed sentences, lack or incorrect use of proper punctuation, and of course spelling or typing errors.
Editing and proofreading are different jobs and are designed for different stages of the revision process. Editing provides an opportunity to make your writing better, whilst proofreading is a final check to ensure perfection before publication.
Proofread backwards. Place a ruler under each line as you read it. Know your own typical mistakes. Proofread for one type of error at a time. Try to make a break between writing and proofreading. Proofread at the time of day when you are most alert to spotting errors. Proofread once aloud.
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