The 4-Step Framework For Starting A Freelance Editorial Business 

Learn how to turn your love of reading into expert-level proofreading and editing skills

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You'll Learn:

  • Why you need to avoid some massive mistakes that hold people back
  • Specific editorial skills you need to master in order to start
  • How to market yourself and find clients even if you don't have money to spend on ads
  • The critical steps to take to ensure long-term success
  • Plus lots more!

Your Instructor

Seventeen years, 1800+ books, and over 15 industry niches later, I’ve discovered the exact steps that differentiate a proofreader and copy editor who successfully manages their business, from one who struggles to find work or gets overwhelmed and quits. I'm sharing some important lessons I’ve learned about working as a freelance proofreader and editor, and these are things you need to know if you want to do it full time or as a side hustle. As an experienced, working editor, I love helping people learn to do what I do!  

I started editing from scratch with no connections or professional experience, so I know what it’s like to be at the beginning with nothing but your dreams and a deep love of words.  

My training masterclass is a culmination of many lessons I’ve learned about becoming a professional proofreader and copy editor. These are things you need to know if you want to make money freelance proofreading and copyediting with no prior experience.  

If you’re committed to making 2020 the year you finally make your editorial dream happen, I can’t wait to help you get there faster and more profitably. 

See you there!  



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The 4-Step Framework For Starting A Freelance Editorial Business

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