Proofreading and Editing
Paul Hadley, the editor of Motor Verso, had given me the task of proofreading and editing several long-form articles written by various authors from the Motor Verso website. Within each article, I made many changes; re-writing sentences, shortening paragraphs, moving pictures around, correcting grammar and punctuation, and ordering the article correctly.
My confidence as a writer means I was able to make these changes without any hesitation, and I made sure there was not one full stop out of place, after all, I am a perfectionist.
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Website Content Editing: Law Lane Solicitors
I was given the chance to revise and update the Law Lane Solicitors Website. After thoroughly analysing every page on the website, I noted down every inconsistency, whether it was a subheading that needed to be in Bold or a sentence that needed rewriting.
I can spot a language mistake no matter what the topic or subject matter. This means I can adapt to different writing styles and still be able to confidently edit or make changes to improve the writing, making it my own.
Below is the Website Revisions document which suggests changes for inconsistencies on the website.