The job consists on editing 127 short articles (around 300 words) in English. These articles have been written by freelancers from South-East Asia and need to be double-checked to correct grammar mistakes and reformulate what doesn't sound great in proper English.
Job will be paid 200 euros.
This job is only for highly skilled native speakers as those texts are the core of a new website. DO NOT BID if you're not a native english-speaker from the UK / US / AUS (no writers outsourcing to India or apply any dodgy strategy - I want to speak with the real service provider and writer).
- You will not modify keyword density for SEO purpose (means you won't touch / change provided keywords for each article).
This is a very simple task. You will receive the articles per groups of 10 (on zip file every day or so). You are expected to send them back as a zip file within 48 hours max (24 would be better).
You will be provided with link to beta website once you've been chosen for this project so you can have a global idea of the final project.
Before I choose you, I will send you a sample and you'll be able to show me your skills by telling me what wrong about it.
Once you accept that project, I'm expecting you to finish the job. Make sure you got what it takes in term of patience because even if editing jobs are a piece of cake, they might appear as a long and repetitive task.
16 freelance ont fait une offre moyenne de 200 € pour ce travail
Hello Reeon, I am an experienced academic proofreader and am very meticulous when it comes to weeding out grammatical, spelling and other errors. I will be happy to work on a sample for you. Thanks.
NATIVE ENGLISH . Hello Reeon, I am English, but I live in Spain and during school term time I teach English as a Foreign Language, as well as Freelancing. My grammar is excellent and I can meet your deadlines.