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September 28, 2020

It has been noted that it’s less expensive to continue selling to existing clients than to find new ones. After all, finding new clients requires two valuable resources, your time and money. While it is always a good idea to market your business to new clients, it is an even better idea to gain repeat […]

how to earn repeat business

September 15, 2020

How Get Paid to Proofread graduate Kim Built Her Own Proofreading Company! It’s one thing to be a freelance proofreader and another to create your own proofreading company. Kim, a graduate of Get Paid to Proofread, started her own company where she employs other proofreaders for a diverse range of clients.   Kim, tell me […]

September 10, 2020

One of the questions people frequently ask me is how much money they can make through proofreading. The answer lies in you because you can work as little or as much as you want.   You’d be surprised at the number of people who have moved from proofreading part-time as a side job to full-time […]

September 5, 2020

How Get Paid to Proofread graduate Joan Paid for Her Dream Trip Through Proofreading! Some of us dream of a fabulous vacation but doubt that we will ever be able to take it. However, dreams can become a reality; just ask Joan, a graduate of Get Paid to Proofread, who saved her proofreading profits for […]

Client Success Stories - Joan

August 31, 2020

I’m often asked by graduates of my program Get Paid to Proofread, how much they should charge for their services.  Unfortunately, I can’t give a definitive answer because there are several different ways that proofreaders charge for their services. Let’s explore the factors to consider when deciding how much you should charge for your proofreading […]

August 10, 2020

  Many students who have enrolled in my course, Get Paid to Proofread, have become successful at both generalized and specialized proofreading. One of the most common questions I’m asked by graduates of my course is if they should be a general or specialized proofreader. Ultimately, my students usually make the decision about what type […]

Should I be a generalized of specialized proofreader