We know. Proofreading transcripts for court reporters or even general proofreading isn’t for everyone. Maybe you like the idea of having a home business, but spotting errors in text isn’t your
[Hey guys!! Caitlin here. I *just* moved out of my house to start my adventure to South America, and it’s getting a little hectic to say the least. So let’s have
[The article below, beautifully blogged by Kate Hamill, captures the exact essence of not only how I present myself, but also how I train my students to market themselves as
After a long and torturous wait, I’m pleased to be publishing the fifth installment of Common Things Proofreaders Miss! If you missed the other installments, check them out here: Common Things
Are you a weary traveler in the world of freelance proofreading and editing? I know, it’s really tough out there. There are droves of talented folks — and droves of,
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.
It’s that time again, time for another installment of Common Things Proofreaders Miss! I actually should start calling this “Common Mistakes Court Reporters Make,” eh?! I like that one better.
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
We’re back with another installment of Common Things Proofreaders Miss! This is becoming quite the lengthy list. For me, it’s always growing. Every time I read a transcript, I see
We’re back today with Part II of the BOLO (Be on the Lookout) list — an evolving collection of terms found in real transcripts (on multiple occasions) for you to