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Tips and tools to help you create clear, concise and consistent content – leaving you confident that your writing will make a meaningful impact.

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Getting started factsheet


How do you know whether proofreading is the right service for you? When and how do you get started with a proofreader? 

Claudia from Translate Digital Marketing and I decided to produce a two-part blog to help answer these questions by providing an insight into the world of copywriting and editing (read part 1 of the blog here).

We know that outsourcing can be daunting, so we’ve put together a factsheet to help you prepare for a chat with your copywriter or proofreader of choice. You can download your free ‘getting started’ factsheet here.

As a copywriter, I hadn’t been asked to create a style guide before. A new client asked for one recently, as part of a bigger project that I’m working on for them. I was able to use Emma’s template as a guide and adapt it to meet the needs of my client. It was very useful.
Sarah
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Parenting Copywriter




Language style guide



Say hello to the language style guide! This tool will cut time from your writing and editing processes. It will also help you create professional content that makes your branding shine and your messages connect.

Request your language style guide template here in exchange for joining my mailing list (this is a spam-free zone – my newsletters are monthly).

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