You need to have an eagle eye for error. This means errors tend to pop off the page at you as you’re reading. If you don’t have this already, I need to
In a word, NOPE! I’ve gotten more than just a few people e-mailing me saying I’ve inspired them to go back to school for an English degree. I even had
Hey there, Eagle Eyes! In response to a lesson in the free 7-day “Make It Happen” course for proofreaders, I invite all participants to respond and tell me their thoughts
I know how it is because I’ve been there! You’ve probably been all over the Internet looking for proofreading work. Or maybe (hopefully!) you got lucky and found this website first.
Whether or not you can “do this” plus a full-time job just depends on how much time you have and how much proofreading you want to do. (The course is at
One of our subscribers wrote in and asked: If I have never proofread for money and have no past clients, how do I get the first client? GREAT QUESTION! So what’s
Hey, Eagle Eyes! The results are in! I have decided to share with you how much I actually billed in 2014 — my last year doing proofreading as my full-time
I know, I know… “a lot” is way overused, but it’s the truth: I have a lot of clients! As of this writing, I have 31 clients on my “list”