in some cases, you might already have content and know you want to put it in front of people, but tying in a second set of eyes by way of a seasoned proofreader and editor can tighten up and smooth out the sentences. the result is they’re even more effective and that they parallel naturally with your marketing goals. it’s important to consider the best flow and turn or phrasing with what you hope to communicate so that the heart of your message is clear, compelling, and distinctively said.
"jennifer is a phenomenal proofreader and editor who I have been using for a couple of years. she is talented, amazingly quick, extremely reliable, and a joy to work with. i love that she strives to understand my industry, and she gives me peace of mind with the service she provides. and she’s a great human being."
thanh nguyen, CMO of the standard group - www.standardgroup.com
"storytelling is a great way to draw the reader into a subject. jennifer 'told my story' in a number of written pieces. her interview questions caused me to consider aspects of my business that i would not have thought to share. the projects from concept to completion were finished on time and in a professional manner. jennifer's writing style is unique and demands attention."
daryl mast, owner of doorstep dairy - doorstepdairy.com
"jennifer's scene composition and use of lighting tones creates a sense of feeling and place for our town's website, brochures, and large-scale posters. she captures the exact feeling we wanted but couldn't describe. it's a pleasure to work with her."
tom gosse, member of the board of directors for building a better boyertown & advisor with SCORE tricounty - boyertownpa.org & tricounty.score.org
“she pulled all the right comments out of the interview.” in other words – thanks for making us appear as awesome in print as we try to be in our business! thanks again for sharing your talents with our firm and putting together this excellent article.”
kirsten deysher, business relations manager of liberty environmental, inc., which has offices in reading, lancaster, and philadelphia as well as new york city and atlanta - libertyenviro.com
“jennifer takes uncommon initiative in performing all sorts of tasks which enable studio b to serve many members of its surrounding communities. she organizes and facilitates poetry readings, attends local writers’ events, and promotes the many events and activities that are happening at studio b. her extraordinary commitment and involvement are unbounded.”
jane stahl, community relations director of studio b, an art gallery - studiobbb.org
“jennifer exhibits a true passion for everything she does…jennifer is extremely self-motivated and independent. during our time working together, she took on extensive projects, and not once did she ever disappoint. the readers enjoyed the stories she put out, including series on local farms, artists and small businesses. in a world in which we are constantly surrounded by tragedy and "breaking news," jennifer instead focused on the good in the people and places around us. it's a refreshing trait. i would gladly work with jennifer again and recommend her to any potential employers in the future.”
kevin haslam, editor, entrepreneur, author, fitness, coach, experienced project & people manager
“she is the perfect interviewer who has wonderful listening skills. when reading the final story, you realize just how good of a good listener she is… jennifer knows how to set goals, working to achieve them. and jennifer gives great thought to everyone in her life and is very dedicated to her work.”
vivian aron, apothecary department head of kimberton whole foods in douglassville, berks county - kimbertonwholefoods.com
“jennifer consistently reports and writes in-depth articles that show her love of language and her commitment to thorough reporing. she has the utmost respect for her sources and brings contagious curiosity to every subject.”
rebecca talbot, professional writer & communications director for vanduzer design & marketing - vanduzerdesign.com
grammatical mistakes and other errors might be simple enough to miss from the understandable norm of being too close to yourself. the same can be true for others who work with you and know your industry well as fellow insiders. professional proofreading and editing is a great resource to discover what needs fixing and also to identify any potential lack of clarity in writing so that more clear wording can be brought to the page.