Get your business up and running
Written for those with no prior publishing or editorial experience, this practical guide takes new proofreaders and editors, step by step, through the basics of planning their career.
> Why a business plan is necessary
> The different aspects of editorial freelancing
> Client focus
> Getting experience
> Financial assessment
> Tools for the job
> Illuminating case studies: recent new starters reflect candidly on their editorial freelance journeys.
> Tasks and learning goals in each chapter are enhanced with useful tips, tools and focus sections featuring experienced practitioners.
> A comprehensive list of resources is provided, including training providers (UK), editorial societies, software, reference material, blogs and knowledge centres.
Words: approx. 28,000 | Pages: 126 | Language: English | Price: £8.99
An alternative: the Business Planning and Marketing Collection
If you'd prefer to access Business Planning for Editorial Freelancers and Marketing Your Editing and Proofreading Business straight from your desktop, laptop or tablet, take a look at the PDF collection, which includes 42 chapters of additional related content.