Top 10 Pro Tips for Proofreading Business Text

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Rarely used proofreading tip: Read backward. (Photo: racorn)

One of the downsides of instant communication is that we get into the habit of responding to everything quickly. We read a message—and boom, we send out a response, typos and all.

Although that may be fine for personal communication, it reflects poorly on your business’s image. Wouldn’t you rather know that a company takes its communications—and its clients—seriously and thoughtfully?

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Client Spotlight: EL Education’s ELA Curriculum Gets Highest Marks

EL Education’s Grades 6–8 Curriculum, copy edited by the Super Copy Editors team, has received an “A” from EdReports.org, amassing 100 points out of a possible 102.

In a publisher’s response, EL Education (formerly Expeditionary Learning) expressed pride in how reviewers had noted that the instructional materials are “well designed,” “show effective lesson structure and pacing,” and have “clear directions.” Continue reading “Client Spotlight: EL Education’s ELA Curriculum Gets Highest Marks”

6 Things to Check Before You Publish Your Blog Post

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(Photo: ammentorp)

So you want to be a blogger?

Popular blogs are popular because they are full of good writing.

As with a good short story or article, they catch the reader’s attention because you’ve taken the time to select an interesting subject and have written passionately about it.

No one will argue that the most readable blogs are heavy on context—but just because they can point you to a multitude of underscoring sources of information doesn’t mean the author has done a good job of writing a post.

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