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Apex Editors’ goal is to ensure that you are truly proud of whatever you publish – proud enough to put your name on it!

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Copy Editing and Proofreading Services

 APEX Editors

First Impression Matters

You only have one chance to make a first impression. Your content is usually the first thing people will notice about you, your products or services.  Errors in your manuscript can be expensive to correct, be it via your website or other publications.  It could be even more costly if you have already gone to print before the error is noticed and you could simply loose valuable business because of it.

 

Good Content is King

According to the BBC article, analysis of website figures shows that a single spelling mistake can cut online sales in half. The depth of public feeling on this subject can be seen in the fact that in just two days 622 people had commented on an article and 10,803 people had shared the article with their friends online. Ensuring your content projects the right business image is worth a thought or two.

Proofreading
To read (printers’ proofs, copy, etc.) in order to detect and mark errors to be corrected [Dictionary.com]

Copy Editing
To edit (a manuscript, document, text, etc.) for publication, especially for punctuation, spelling, grammatical structure, style, etc. [Dictionary.com]

Why you Need a Copy Editor or Proof Reader
Your spell checker is unlikely to pick up on all the mistakes in your manuscript. These are some examples of common mistakes that can creep unnoticed in your manuscript and go to print:
Don’t stir at me X
Don’t stare at me √
The men left there coats on the train X
The men left their coats on the train √

Send your content to us to ensure it is error free and grammatically correct

Magazines

Books and eBooks

Webpage Content

Magazines

Product Guides

Other Publications

Leaflets, Flyers

Training Materials

Academic Thesis

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OTHER INFORMATION

‘Spelling mistakes cost millions in lost online sales’ screamed a recent BBC website article.

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