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From the Editor’s Desk: 5 tips to help you proofread effectively
Posted By Marketwired On May 6, 2011 @ 1:34 pm In IR/PR | 3 Comments
There are no hidden secrets or short-cuts to editorial proofreading, even though, as writers and editors, we sometimes wish there were. Proofreading requires a meticulous attention to detail and a little patience.
Below is a good checklist to ensure your conscientiousness pays off with well-written, easy-to-understand and error-free content:
There are many other tactics that writers and editors employ to ensure their content is clean, easily understood and engaging. What’s on your list of proofreading tips?
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