Sub editing and editorial tweaking

  • Posted:
  • Closed for Proposals
  • Remote
  • #91154
  • URGENT
  • £110(approx. $172)
Cormac R.Kai ..David A.Kathleen G.Sally R. + 60 others have already sent a proposal.
Cormac R.
SEO, Private Blog Networks, SEO Content Writer, Guest Posts, Blogs, Proofreader
Top Endorsed
United Kingdom London
Kai ..
Copywriter, Editor & Part-Time Superhero
United Kingdom Aberdeen
David A.
Librarian/Researcher/Writer
United States Flint City
Kathleen G.
Experts - Amazon, Amazon Sponsored Product Ads, eBay, ChannelAdvisor, ECommerce, Linnworks
Top Endorsed
United Kingdom Sunderland
Sally R.
My business is to support your business
United Kingdom Highpeak Junction
Robert A.
Consultant
United Kingdom Sapcote
Richard R.
Publisher and Lecturer
United Kingdom Richmond
Kate R.
writer, copy writer, business writing a speciality
United Kingdom Essex
Katina R.
Account Manager
United Kingdom Brixham
Jenny W.
Writer, Ghostwriter, Editor, Script Editor, Copy Editor
United Kingdom Norwich
Olivia W.
Ghost writer, internet researcher, creative writer, content and article writer 'Report writing', 'Legal writing', 'Lifestyle writing', 'About me writing' and 'About us writing'.
Sri Lanka Colombo
Willma M.
educator, writer, online course developer and tutor, appointment setter
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Description

We are a lifestyle magazine based in the East Midlands. We are on deadline on Monday and have several articles from PR companies that need editing and changing in to the third person, along with making them a little more interesting by adding more generic content. In a nutshell:

- copy must be proofread and sub edited
- copy must be tweaked slightly, removing multiple advertising pleas and adding content to make it more of a 'story'
- we may send over other pages to proof read too for mistakes
- may involve brief research on the internet to add facts to the articles.

This will be a whole day's work but copy must be turned round quickly. 9-5 Monday required to get the magazine to print. We may begin sending copy over the weekend.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Clarification Board

  • Kate R.

    Good morning. Have you allocated this job yet?

  • Tony L.

    Hi,
    How many words/articles will there be, and in what format?
    Regards,
    Tony Locke

  • Derek T.

    Hello there,
    How many pages are there altogether in the magazine?
    What format will the pages be in to work on (e.g. Word)?
    Is it possible to see a sample page of content to be worked on?
    Thanks,
    Derek Thompson