We’re often being asked questions about our services and specifically about our proofreading so we’ve decided to try and make life as easy as possible for anybody who might have a burning question by setting up a list of Proofreading FAQs and the corresponding answers.
At Precise English we have a few pet hates: we hate when someone uses all the milk and puts the container back in the fridge, we hate spiders, and we hate poorly written web content. We can’t do a lot about spiders and milk cartons but when it comes to bad web content we do have a solution: our Website Proofreading service.
Organisations of many different forms share an equally strong desire for getting their public messages across clearly and accurately. But with many such organisations lacking the necessary writing expertise, it makes sense for them to task the staffers of Precise English with writing their articles, blog posts, press releases and so forth.
At Precise English, as professional copywriters we’ve all handed in a vital manuscript or document, so we understand the nerves and anxiety that the situation can bring up. That’s why we’re convinced that the best way of ensuring that your finished “product” is as perfect as it can possibly be is to use Manuscript Proofreading.
Writing in a foreign or second language can be a daunting prospect but if that’s the only way of reaching or gaining the custom of a certain market then it’s what must be done.
The reputation of your business exists in a very delicate balance: with enough work it can flourish and develop but in turn, it can also be broken with the smallest of errors, such as publishing information without subjecting it to business proofreading.
Handing essays, assignments and final papers in for marking and assessment can be a stressful and daunting experience, and it’s something we here at Precise English have a great deal of experience in: firstly, because we’ve been in the exact situation and secondly because we excel in academic proofreading.
The answer is no!
It feels good to give such an early, definitive answer rather than build up to a conclusion. However, I still feel it’s only fair to justify my answer and explain why exactly so many experienced and knowledgeable people are against the use of justification for the web.
A ‘Content Strategy’ is a vital foundation for any search engine optimisation (SEO) campaign/strategy, and is imperative for SEO success.
If and when a business or their content writer is submitting a website to the web, they can use our Writing Meta Tags service as a way of ensuring that their Meta Tags are written correctly for the user and the search engine.