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  • You MUST be a team player and have great communication skills – Anyone who prefers not being an active member of the team, or prone to negativity, will find it difficult, if not impossible, to work with us.
  • You MUST be reliable - For example, when agreeing to complete you work, you will ensure delivery within the time you specified. Otherwise, you should give early warning to let us know why you can not complete it on time. This will allow us to notify another team member who can get it taken care of by deadline.
  • You MUST have the dedication and time to commit to regular editing – at least a few times per week. Daily would be ideal.
  • You MUST have a gmail account, and have knowledge of Google Drive, as this is what our writers and editors use so they may collaborate and work together.
  • You MUST have a Skype account. - For communication within the team, we are using Skype. No video is required. We simply use it to chat with one another if we have comments, questions, etc, or even would just like to say “Hi.”
  • Always communicate in a respectful, calm, and positive manner.
  • Desire to be an active member of a quality content producing team – You may not yet realize you have this desire of course, but being active within the team will bring great rewards.
  • Desire to improve and take action on advice given by other editors and writers – They are there to help ensure your message comes across in what you write/edit, another pair of eyes so to speak, so their feedback is useful and must be acted on to improve. You will be expected to keep a record of whatever issues are raised with your writing/editing and proactively find ways to correct it.
  • Ability to edit content with no further editing necessary from another editor.
  • Able to follow instructions – This is important, because this is how our clients will measure our quality.
  • Dedication to good writing – Beyond any language skill, there is an absolute minimum standard you must adhere to at any level. This includes no plagiarism and good researching from authoritative resources, for example.


  • Work quantity and quality will vary and you will have a choice of whatever content you wish to edit.
  • You will follow and work to improve the process that is in place by working with the rest of the team. 
  • Your role will be to check that the content being produced matches the style, language, and other requirements of the client. Anything that requires extensive rewriting will be sent back to the writers. If it is rather simple and can be done quickly, then fix it.
  • The important part here is feedback and accuracy, highlighting any issues with the writing that can be improved. Ideally, you will want to be in a situation where everything goes through without any need for editing and your contribution here will be invaluable in making the quality as good as it can be.
  • If an editor is a great team player and understands the process well, there is an opportunity to become a Team Leader, or even get involved with Management.


  • Current rate range $2-$3 per 1000 words and is exclusive of any financial or service charges. No Upfront payment before you start anything.
  • $2 per 1000 words is for checking content to a level that a high school student will not find any fault with, ensuring that it conforms to the requirements set for it and is free of typo and grammatical error. This is the starting level for content produced.
  • $3 per 1000 words are for more professional editing and proofing, requiring more knowledge of the reading audience and purpose of the content, or helping provide feedback of minor language issues with some writers.
  • Higher rates are available to projects that require particular skills, knowledge or styles that are demanded by the subject or requested by the client. These will be given by invitation as they arise on a skills match and first come first served basis.