Proofreading and copywriting. Sub category of Media presenting the most important site of UK’s proofreading and content writing/copywriting industry.
The Oxford Editors have a long academic tradition and offer assessment for fiction, non-fiction and academic books, screenplays, plays and poetry. They can also call on experts from a wide range of disciplines to help, and provide re-writing, proof-reading, ghostwriting and one-to-one mentoring.
Clients of Winning Words Write, Edit, Translate can be assured that every piece is edited to the highest standards using extensive language knowledge and careful research. Many of those at Winning Words Write, Edit, Translate have English-related degrees, and all have extensive training and experience in their field, whether it’s writing, translating, proofreading, CV writing, content editing, SEO or all six. They carefully read and follow client instructions to the letter, but will rewrite a piece until the client is 100 per cent happy as a matter of course.
Quality Proofreading understand the critical nature of deadlines, and as such have set up a 24/7 structure for their service that ensures they will keep to their guaranteed turnaround times. Their prices however are highly competitive as they are able to keep their business running costs low. All the editors at Quality Proofreading have degrees from leading UK and US universities and at least three years of experience in an academic specialism or copy-editing. Most of their editors are from the UK, with some from the US, Ireland and Australia.
One of the company’s favourite books is Lake Wobegon Days by Garrison Keillor, in which there’s a reference to Sunfish Bay. The owners of Sunfish loved the image and shortened it for their name. Sunfish training clients include BP, Pitney Bowes, Reed Elsevier, The Royal Mint, World Vision and the RSPB. Sunfish, based in Salisbury, England, is a privately held agency held by two founding directors, Andy Maslen and Jo Kelly. They have been writing sales and marketing campaigns since 1996 and claim they know what works and why. They can develop a bespoke copywriting training course tailored to each company.