I needed a GOOD EDITOR and I found one for FREE!

Meet Timothy Pike, freelance copy editorI saw this link on Melanie Jean Juneau’s blog for a chance to experience free editing.

 Every change came with an explanation in the margin, either it was for clarification, a note to avoid repeating words or a change in accordance with the Chicago Manual of Style. The changes were enough to polish my articles and raise them up a notch…ummm..  a notch or 2 or 3 ! Timothy pointed out things which never would have occurred to me. You know it is rare to run into a person who is intelligent but also has a sense of humour, who really seems to care and put his heart into his work. This editor does.

So if you are looking to polish your blog or publish then get in touch with this gem of an editor. Even if publishing is the furthest thing from your mind, make a note of him somewhere and don’t lose it!.Not sure if this promotion is still on but check him out.



Quality editing rarely comes free. But today it does.

I will edit your blog posts for you (up to 500 words each) for FREE in exchange for a link to my site and a testimonial from you. I’d like to get some traffic coming to my new freelance editing business, so I’ll help you if you’ll help me!

No one is a more staunch supporter of the adage, “You get what you pay for,” than I am. But you just happen to be in the right place at the right time, so you pay nothing and still get quality editing.

This is a limited time offer, so contact me right away!

Here’s the fine print:
-My free editing offer extends to two blog posts of up to 500 words each
-While it’s free, your end of the deal is that you link to my site and that you write a short testimonial (a sentence or two) about the quality of my services
-I will link to your blog as part of my portfolio to show potential customers. Hey, more traffic for you!
-Since I need to give priority to paid work, your project may take longer than it otherwise would. I will still, however, give you an estimated date of completion

I’m excited about helping each other out! Contact me here.



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