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Don’t risk turning customers away from your business – proofread thoroughly and show quality all the time, everywhere. My business proofreading services are affordable and take care of all grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors that distract your customers.

Business proofreading services

from £20 per hour

  • ensures quality
  • shows professionalism
  • guarantees consistency
  • generates more leads
  • improves search engine optimisation
  • strengthens your website content
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Design optimises websites but copy dictates whether your visitor becomes a customer.

Business Plan Proofreading

Business plans need to:

  • convince investors you’re failproof
  • show your reliability and professionalism
  • be consistent and error-free
  • communicate concisely and clearly
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Planning is difficult enough. Finding mistakes in your plans is even harder.

Business Proofreading

Proofreading ensures quality and consistency across all your content:

  • marketing materials (flyers, landing pages, etc.)
  • eBooks
  • blog and website content
  • newsletters and emails
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Think creatively, work effectively by outsourcing proofreading.

Business Proofreading Services FAQ

I charge £20 per hour for business proofreading services.

For a typical website, you can expect to pay £40–£60. eCommerce websites are more complicated and will be charged only at the end of service, with a £20 deposit paid upfront.

For blog content, I proofread up to 3000 words within an hour. If you write short blog posts (up to 1000 words), I can proofread batches of up to 5 blogs at a time for £20, while a pillar page of 4000 words would cost £40.

Most business eBooks are typically up to 5000 words long, so this would cost £40.

I can proofread a wide variety of marketing materials, including:

  • Brochures
  • Business cards
  • Case studies
  • Flyers
  • Guides
  • Infographics
  • Invitations
  • Leaflets
  • Magazines
  • Mailing campaigns
  • Menus
  • Newspaper/magazine advertisements
  • Press releases
  • Social media advertisements
  • White papers

Have something else in mind? As long as you can send it, I should be able to proofread it.

All kinds of business documents and marketing materials can be checked for grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors. Whether digital or print, every business can benefit from a proofreader.

You can use Grammarly, but you should know that computers have a limited understanding of grammar. A human eye is always needed to check what amendments software has made.

For instance, the following sentence is correct according to Grammarly’s understanding:

Lock a what you can do with this grade products!

Despite Grammarly running “hundreds of checks” on this text, the software “found no writing issues”. This isn’t a fault of the software but instead just a demonstration of the limitations of software.

I set an expected delivery date with every client individually, making it clear exactly when to expect the proofreading to be complete. This allows me to organise my schedule so that I can deliver the quality of work and service that I want to deliver.

I typically quote a delivery date within 14 days of receiving the materials to proofread. I strive to deliver the completed project ahead of this delivery date, while ensuring a high quality service.

Proofreading is the penultimate stage of producing or publishing content, with the final stage being publishing or uploading. The best time to contract a proofreader is once you have produced and edited the content yourself. Once delivered, you will be able to make the final amendments before publishing.

I can also proofread content after it’s been published, with recommendations for SEO. This is ideal for blog content that has been updated.

Proofreading ensures that your business is seen in the best light. Potential customers judge the copy on websites and advertisements not just on how much it makes them want to buy but also how reputable the company appears.

Typos, errors, and layout issues can all impact the perception people have of your business. By having your work proofread, you can be certain you’re giving every word the chance to shine.

Just take a look at this article on how typos are perceived.

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