Editing Service Helps Clients Make a Winning Impression with Their Words
Editor World Offers Affordable Editing Services for Research Papers, Resumes, Business and Legal Documents, and More
Launched last month, Editor World is helping students, professionals and business owners make a more effective impression without breaking the bank. The web-based proofreading and editing service pairs clients with professional editors from across the globe starting at less than five dollars per page, and helps them transform rough drafts into polished documents that meet their objectives and exceed their expectations.
“Using an editor to refine and enhance your documents gives you an edge over the competition,” said Patti Fisher, owner. “Our goal is to make professional editing services accessible to anyone who needs them. We believe everyone should have the opportunity to make a winning impression with their words.”
In today’s global market, stellar writing is essential for business owners, employees, and jobseekers, and Editor World makes it easier for them to command the power of the pen. The company’s panel of highly qualified editors can proofread and edit a wide range of document types, including research papers, journal articles, business and legal documents, cover letters, and resumes. The company also offers ESL (English as a Second Language) editing for clients who need help improving the flow and clarity of documents due to language barriers.
Unlike other editing services, Editor World helps clients save time and money by offering standardized rates and firm timelines for editing services. Additionally, clients have the option of reviewing editors’ profiles online and selecting a highly credentialed editor of their choice for each project.
“Whether you need assistance developing a stellar cover letter that will distinguish you from other candidates, or help bringing your marketing materials to life, we can edit and enhance your documents to help you command the respect of your readers and get the results you want,” said Fisher.