Wouldn’t it be great if you could make your business embarrassment-proof?
No typos in your marketing, no spelling gaffes in your proposals, and blog posts that are easily understood?
I’m here to help with that.
Small business owners have to be a lot of different things at any given moment: the tech guru, the customer whisperer, the phone fixer, the extra hand, the sympathetic ear, the bookkeeper, errand runner, copywriter, editor, and yes, the CEO.
Things slip by. Things like the new web promotion of bride cages…that was supposed to be bird cages.
Sometimes you just need an extra set of eyes on that important contract, that product description, or that training manual. Because it’s hard to proofread your own work. You’re just too close to it.
How I can help
By being the final set of eyes on your text, giving you the thumbs up before you publish, post, or send.
I’ve worked in small business for over 20 years. I’ve been asked to proofread every kind of document a business can have.
At first, I was given proofreading because I have a degree in communication. But I kept being given things to proofread because I was good at it.
We all have that one bookish friend who’s crazy-good with language. Well, that’s me. And if you don’t have that friend, you do now (hiya!).
I’ve also had actual proofreading training, which is ongoing and that’s okay. The English language is very much alive, and I like to keep up on its moods and growth spurts.
That training, along with decades of experience with small business, is at the heart of Words Per Se. My personal goal of keeping business as clear and uncomplicated as possible is what drives everything I do.
Small businesses have their own style, their own unique voice. The owners’ vision comes through in the writing, the advertising, everything.
I don’t want to change that.
I proofread to correct surface errors, not to mess with the tone of your text or the style of your writing.
My job is to make your words shine, and if I’ve done my job, no one will ever know I was there.
Running a business is hard enough. If you can remove even one thing from your never-ending to-do list, why wouldn’t you?
Contact me today for a free quote. Or just, you know, keep doing it all yourself…your choice.