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How Linsey Made an Extra $3,000 Proofreading Part-Time

Updated: October 17, 2017

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  1. Since you are still working a day job, do you find that the deadlines that court reporters give you in order to return a proofread transcript to them is difficult to meet? What has been your experience with deadlines from court reporters?

  2. Hello Linsey!

    You are an inspiration for people like me whose self esteem is on the lower side.Thank you for sharing your success with us!

    Wish you luck in all your other endeavours.


  3. Thanks for sharing, Linsey! And congratulations on the success! I’m curious to know how you found your clients? Thanks!

  4. I am actually interested in your thoughts about the freelance writing for non-profits. What exactly do you want to do for them? The reason I ask is because I just started a grad program in grant writing and am now looking at switching it up to an MBA with an emphasis in non-profit and also media marketing. I too am interested in environmental and wildlife conservation. I am looking at this course as just a good thing to have in my “quiver of tools”. I am a proofreading nut but I see where this could go. Had not considered the writing side. I will look into those other courses you mentioned. This would be a great way to help with grad school.

  5. Congrats Linsey! You’re rocking it.

    Happy to have you aboard in Inkwell Editorial’s SEO copywriting class. Thanks to content marketing, SEO content writing is such a growing field that you will need to hire help soon, esp as you plan to combine the online writing with your already growing proofreading business. Like I said, you’re rocking it.

    Continued success. 🙂

  6. I am very interested in the Transcript Proofreading Course and loved hearing your experience with it. I would like to be included in the comments from other people before I jump in. Is that possible?

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