Want to become a freelance copyeditor? Maybe you're ready to leave the corporate world or you'd like to have the flexibility that working for yourself can offer. How do you market yourself to establish and build your business? Do you know what skills you need, and what resources are available for you to develop those skills? What computer resources will you need? And what about money—how do you charge for your work, budget for the slow periods, and deal with invoicing and contracts?
"Getting Started as a Freelance Copyeditor," a 16-page onscreen booklet from KOK Edit, will tell you what you need to know. I'm the author; I have 22 years of experience in publishing, half of it as a freelancer.
To purchase this information-packed booklet by credit card or bank-account debit for only U.S.$40.00, go to the "Payment" section here. When you're prompted to input an invoice number, just type in Getting Started. Once I receive your payment, I'll send you the booklet by e-mail.
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