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My experience with papertrue.com was great. I came across their site from the high ratings. And the high ratings proved to be true. Once I got onto their site, I was immediately helped by a papertrue.com Rep, a live person, who helped answer my questions and walked me through the process. That was a big plus! And as a first timer, I got a discount or free edit. That was another plus! And the transaction was quick and easy. The turnaround time was also fast, delivery was on schedule and on time as specified. Another plus! My editor was also great and very helpful with comments, notes and suggestions. And when my document was completed and I had to ask a question to my editor, the Customer Service Rep was quick to respond. They escalated the matter so that my question would reach my editor and my editor would give me a reply directly and quickly. And my editor did just that. That was a major plus! Overall, thumbs up on great Customer Service and Editorial service. I would recommend them and look forward to working with them again. Thank you papertrue.com!
More than I had hoped for!
Did two jobs with PaperTrue and I'm highly satisfied. In one of the jobs I had some questions regarding their proposed changes and they immediately dug into it and explained why they had chosen certain expressions instead of others and what the differences were. That's really more than I had hoped for! And their chat-people are very alert - and good fun, too!
Very trustworthy and extremely efficient
I had an academic document proofread by the papertrue team. They not only corrected numerous grammar and spelling issues, they also advised on certain expressions according to my target audience. And the best, they did so over night... extremely fast, extremely good, and trustworthy service. Will be coming here again for the next publication.
Even my tutor can not find these errors
Thank you for editing my document on time. The editor pointed my attention to my commonly made mistakes; missing words, incorrect spelling and grammatical inconsistencies throughout the document.
I was happy to receive both a tracked and a clean version of the edited document.
I will happily recommend PaperTrue to my friends, and I will myself come back on a later occasion.
Excellent Service, Highly Recommended
I have used PaperTrue for several editing projects for my website. They have edited small and large projects for me. PaperTrue offers great pricing with no hidden fees, they always deliver on time and I love the fact that they provide a clean version and a corrected version showing the recommend changes. I highly recommend this company for anyone looking for quality editing services. They have great communications, project completion dates are given when ordered and they have consistently met the deadline. I am extremely satisfied and I will remain a loyal customer.
Great service, great company!
We are a Spanish advertising agency that work for international companies. Usually we need our copies to be reviewed. We trust Papertrue for doing this, they are always super-professional and always deliver the documents on time. I recommend them 100%
Improvement in structure, language and formatting
My cover letter was corrected very professionally, with very detailed comments and explanation. Smaller issues like my unclear description were changed shortly in a revision version, with a very smooth communication. I have learned also from the formating. For further CVs I will still consider their service, because the cover letter has to be formulated for specific job description. I don't do massive job application.
Quick 24 hour turnaround
Paper True was quick and effective. I needed a 24 hr turnaround and they provided me edits to my resume that became the talk of the town among my team. Everyone loved how thorough the edits were. Thank you Paper True for helping me so quickly and effectively.
Aaron is the best editor!
I live in Zürich and needed to have my cooking book "The Food Is Ready" , edited in english before I publish it. So I decided to sent the manuscript to Paper True and I can only tell that I was really impress when I saw the work they did. Aaron my Editor has correct the language and grammar errors. He has done a terrific work improving phrasing and consistency of my book. If you are looking for a serious company I can really recommend Paper True. And "they are allways there available if you have any questions"
An amazing job!
As a sixteen years old Danish girl I must admit finding the right editor was hard, but I found THE one ;)
Amazing service and a welcoming chat on the website! I love the detailed comments and feedback on the tracked document :) They really did a good job at making my debut novel a lot better while still keeping my style of writing!
Much love from Denmark <3

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        How to Become an Online Proofreader in 2022 [for Beginners]

        Do you have a keen eye for language? Do typos and misplaced punctuation marks stick out to you like a sore thumb? Do you resist the urge to correct your friends’ grammar, even when the occasion doesn’t call for it? Well, we have news for you: you can put your talent for language in the professional area as a proofreader! It’s a great way to earn a living while sitting in the comfort of your home, plus it plays to your strengths. If you’re interested in finding out how to become a proofreader and where there are jobs for proofreaders from home, read along. 

        We went around to ask our folks to find out what prompted them to become a proofreader/editor and the skills they find most useful on the job. (“How did I, indeed?” said one of our editors, when asked how proofreading came into their life. “I was picked up straight from college like a plump chicken from a coup for my meat.” ) Here’s what we found. 

        A proofreader is someone who checks for errors and inconsistencies in your writing. Typically, proofreading is the last step of the editing process, after copyediting and development editing, and is usually reserved for more black-and-white mechanical aspects of your writing. 

        A proofreader usually checks for: 

        • Mechanical consistency of language: grammar, punctuation, correct spelling, sentence structure 
        • Proper formatting and page layout 
        • Extra spaces between words or pages 
        • Adherence to prescribed style guidelines (optional)

        [Read more: What Is Proofreading?]

        What skills do you need to become a proofreader?  

        • An in-depth knowledge of grammar and punctuation 
        • An understanding of conventions in the English language 
        • The ability to keep up with the various formatting and referencing styles (especially for academic work)
        • The ability to work independently and keep up with tight deadlines 

        Don’t feel overwhelmed if you are not familiar with a variety of style sheets and guidelines. If you’re a beginner with no work experience, it’s enough that you have a firm understanding of grammar and punctuation. 

        In fact, what counts more than anything else is the ability to be meticulous and precise with words. If you have a love for language, but your technical skills aren’t up to par just yet, proofreading is still an excellent career choice for you. 

        What qualifications do you need to become a proofreader? 

        Many organizations looking for editors and proofreaders require you to have a Bachelor’s degree at least, preferably in English, journalism, communications, or relevant fields. But that said, anyone in any discipline can become a proofreader as long as they can keep up with the conventions of written language. 

        Applications usually involve a proofreading test, which is an opportunity for prospective employers to evaluate two things: your language skills and your ability to meet a deadline. 

        Where can you find proofreading jobs? 

        Proofreading online has become a lucrative occupation, especially in the past few years. There are plenty of opportunities for you to find freelance editing and proofreading jobs. 

        Here are a few of your options: 

        1. If you’re a beginner, working at reputed editing and proofreading companies is a great way to get some experience. As an in-house proofreader, you get to work under experienced professionals, work on a variety of documents across subject and type, and hone your skills. 
        2. You can also apply for jobs at companies that hire in-house proofreaders to check for errors in the content and documents they produce. This could include marketing content, business and branding documents, annual reports, etc. In an age where many companies put out content to keep up an online presence, this gives you an opportunity to proofread documents that align with your interest and educational background. 
        3. On the flip side, many of these companies may not have the bandwidth to hire in-house professionals. Instead, you can pitch yourself as a freelance proofreader and editor. You can either have a long-term partnership with them or work on specific projects. Another way to get freelance editing jobs is to set up a profile on platforms like Upwork and Fiverr
        4. Publication houses, magazines, newspapers, and periodicals are also often on the lookout for a professional proofreader to streamline their publication process. If you’re interested in being an editor in the publishing industry, these are some great places to start. 

        [Read more: Apply to become a proofreader and editor at PaperTrue]

        Finding your niche as a proofreader 

        As time goes by, you might find yourself gravitated towards specific kinds of documents, either based on type or interest. If you’re inclined to academia, for instance, you might prefer working on dissertations and theses. Or if you aspire to be in publishing, you might focus on book manuscripts. In any case, it’s a good idea to carve a niche for yourself. This will not only give you direction on what you like, but also help you find jobs that align with your interests and, more importantly, give you insights about where you can find such jobs. 

        Practice, practice, practice: tips to become a better proofreader 

        Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned proofreader, there’s always room for improvement. As a proofreader, it’s important to keep yourself abreast of changing conventions in writing. For example, if your specialization is in academic proofreading, it might be a good idea for you to keep track of new editions of style guides like APA, MLA, and the Chicago Manual of Style. 

        Here are some things you could consider doing to become a better proofreader:

        • Learn how to read precisely and meticulously. 
        • Read up on referencing and formatting styles.
        • Brush up on grammar, punctuation, and language conventions (UK/US differences in English, for instance)
        • Practice your skill by trying to spot errors in books, essays, newspaper clippings, etc.
        • Help your friends with their homework or writing assignments/material. 
        • Apply to freelance platforms like Upwork or Fiverr for side gigs. 
        • Network with other editors, writers, proofreaders to keep up with new and evolving language rules. 

         

        BONUS: How to create a proofreading portfolio 

        The question of how to prove your skill as a proofreader is a good one (especially if you’re lacking experience). Adding it as a skill on your resume or professional platforms is a start, but the task is still to make your pitch credible. Your portfolio should answer the question, “are your editing and proofreading services reliable?”

        You can do this via the tracked changes feature on MS Word. The idea is to present before and after versions of a sample document for a prospective client/employer to see how you work.

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