I have spent the past 40+ years writing for a living! I was in the Insurance industry for 32 years investigating claims on behalf of insurance companies – including large American ones. Each investigation resulted in issuing a detailed, well researched, grammatically correct report which could be anything from 5 – 50 pages in length!
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However for the last 8 years or so, I have worked commercially as a freelance writer and proof-reader. I have been able to utilise my experiences in detailed research, regardless of the topic and then turn...
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I write SEO articles, blogs, reports to fulfil both online and offline requirements. I expect a detailed specification as to the length, style, required content, specific keywords and other information that needs to be incorporated into the overall project.
I will neither quote for nor accept a project that is so vague in description, it is reduced to a matter of complete guesswork; this would result in wasted time on both our parts! In order to create a quality end product, I only work within realistic deadlines.
My work is presented in Times New Roman 12 pt, single line space format and I pass it through CopyScape Premium prior to submission in order to verify its originality. I use Market Samurai for detailed keyword search and dictate my drafts through Dragon Naturally Speaking software, which helps give the text a natural flow.
If the project is for a series of articles, I will submit a draft of the first one, just to ensure that the style and content meet with your approval. This way we both know that I will be “on the right track” and so not waste the time of either party with unnecessary re-writes.
I proofread every form of writing in the English language. I have various pieces of sophisticated software for checking spelling or grammar. Whilst I might run a project through the software first to identify any glaring errors, I always physically read the manuscript line by line myself to finely tune the wording and ensure it is both typographically and...
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