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Q: Text correction service on Internet ? ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Text correction service on Internet ?
Category: Business and Money > Small Businesses
Asked by: zanders-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 05 Nov 2002 14:49 PST
Expires: 05 Dec 2002 14:49 PST
Question ID: 99762
I am a non american bussiness man who has problems in writing and
spelling my letters in the english/american language on a correct and
easy way.
Is there a service on Internet like “Google Answers” to revise my
letters/text on a 24hour basis or shorter? Thus I need no translation
service, but something like text/spelling control.

Request for Question Clarification by pinkfreud-ga on 05 Nov 2002 17:12 PST
Is this the kind of service you had in mind?

Clarification of Question by zanders-ga on 07 Nov 2002 21:13 PST
It looks so and I hope so. I will try the service next weeks. Thank
you! Is this the only service you found?
Subject: Re: Text correction service on Internet ?
Answered By: sim-ga on 08 Nov 2002 11:25 PST

The following websites are all dedicated to online proofreading and
have a 24 hour turnaround:

They offer proofreading at $1.89/page and editing at $3.89/page
(maximum word count per page = 250 words). Editing is more expensive
because it includes all the proofreading services, plus 'rewriting and
rearranging of sentences to produce a clean and refined copy'.

Note: 24 hour turnaround is only guaranteed for documents of 2000
words or less.

This is a similar site, but more expensive. Proofreading costs
$3/page. Editing costs $4/page. Again, maximum word count per page is
250 words.

Compared with other sites, this one seems amazingly cheap.
Proofreading (24 hour turnaround) costs $0.45/page. You can read the
proofreader's resume and there are contact details for references, so
you can check if her work is of a high standard.

Proofreading rates are $12 per 1000 words ($3 per 250 word page). They
offer a free sample, so you can judge their standards for yourself.
They also provide 24 hr turnaround for documents of 10,000 words or
less 'barring technical difficulties'.

There are many different services to choose from. The most expensive
might not prove to be the best. It's just a case of trying various
services out and sticking with the one that provides good copy.

If you need clarification, don't hesitate to request it.

Good luck


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