Does Your Company Need An Editorial Guide?

Editorial Guides
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Maybe you’re a business owner who knows that you really should get around to writing an editorial guide. But you’re not sure how or why you should bother. You’ve probably noticed that a lot of businesses – even small and medium-sized ones – go to the trouble of producing some kind of guiding document. Let me just say that there’s tremendous value in an editorial guide. It will save you money, help you promote your brand, and provide an easy way of dealing with a lot of problems that might pop up.

what are editorial guides, anyway?

You know all of that stuff companies write – email newsletters, website landing pages, blog posts? Oh, and don’t forget all of the internal communications and marketing materials. All of that copy has to be produced according to a plan. Editorial guides are that plan. Continue reading → Does Your Company Need An Editorial Guide?

What Is Online Editing?

online editing
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making edits online

Well, yes. Making edits online is pretty much the most basic definition of what online editing is all about. If that’s all you need to know, then great! I’m happy to help.

But, before you go, I should mention that there’s actually a whole lot more to it than you might think.

For instance, did you know that online editing is a common job requirement within film and photo production? Editing film and images online is something that happens in the studio during the post-production phase. It is one of the most important parts of film and photo development. But film and images are not really what I’m talking about here. Continue reading → What Is Online Editing?

Words Like Art

S cookies-cAs writers, we’re focused on finding the right words that accurately convey the meaning and intent of our thoughts. We check for correct spelling and appropriate sentence and paragraph structure to ensure that there’s nothing on the page that might put the reader off. We try our best to draw readers into the story – whether fiction or nonfiction – until it plays like a movie in their heads.

Now take a step back. Continue reading → Words Like Art