You have several different subject matter experts providing content. Have they found a uniform voice?
You are presenting highly technical content. Is it still accessible to your readers?
You have multiple written deliverables. Are they all consistent with your company’s editorial standards?
Your writing needs to convey professionalism to impress the marketplace. Have you eliminated errors that could cost you your credibility?
The Writers For Hire will improve the clarity, flow, and organization of your writing to make sure you accurately represent your company. We ensure a common voice and style throughout your communications – whether it’s a single piece of written collateral or your entire line of corporate communications – to maintain consistency in your messaging.
We take the time to get to know our clients. Knowing what’s important to you – and the industry you serve – ensures that we convey your key attributes and goals in every one of your written works.
Free Style Guide Creation
For our long-term clients with multiple projects, we automatically institute a client-specific style guide to maintain editorial consistency across every piece. This style guide is actively shared with you, so you can share with the rest of your in-house team, as well as any other writing teams you may leverage.
Of course, if you already have your own style and branding guidelines buttoned up, we will strictly abide by your current guidelines.
A Valuable Second Set of Eyes
Everyone – yes, even a professional author – benefits from having an independent third party review your writing. The best thing you can do to verify clarity is to ask someone previously uninvolved to see if it makes sense.
Editing vs. Proofreading: What’s the Difference?
The terms “editing” and “proofreading” are often used interchangeably. But, really, they serve very distinct purposes and occur at different times in the writing process.
Editing and proofreading business or technical content requires the ability to review complex documents about highly specialized topics. We use our expertise to check for English language errors and content issues, including verifying (or questioning) that your writing provides an appropriate level of complexity for your target reader.
The language aspect covers traditional copyediting and production editing concerns; the content aspect involves substantive editing to address the accuracy and completeness of the technical information and to ensure that it is intelligible to the intended audience.