Many writers that feel they have substantial experience writing web content, blog posts, or have several published articles in print. Writers with extensive study in English or Journalism may be seeking on part or full time work that is flexible. Here are few ideas for finding freelance proofreading jobs.
Proofreading jobs are available through a number of different mediums. Companies that may have openings are
- Content Mills
- Freelance Websites
- Private media companies
- Seeking out Private Clients
If you are considering moving into proofreading taking online grammar tests and quizzes are helpful. If you are great with spotting erros you can work with
- College Students
- High School Students
There are many times in life when it is imperative for all of the information to be free of grammatical errors. Examples include
- Applications for entry into higher education, specialty programs, scholarships, or grant funding. Most people after high school and college, do not write on a regular basis.Proofreading is a great way to help local or clients around the world to feel confident about the document they have attatched their name to.
New businesses go online each and every day. There is a need for a proofreader to look over
- Press Releases
- Social Networking Content – such as a Face Book Fan Page
- Promotional Articles
- Ads before they appear in a magazine or in paid advertising
Seek out freelance proofreading jobs by applying to positions that have a fair rate of pay. If you are not familiar with what rates are acceptable, carefully study open job listings and online forums that editors and writers frequent. Use these tips to help find proofreading jobs and find clients that need proofreading services.
Originally posted 2011-03-24 01:50:45. Republished by Blog Post Promoter