Need an editor?
Do company websites and newsletters require an editor?
"We do indeed judge people and companies by the quality of their printed material, and image is very important in business, as well as in life in general." ~ Bob Lamb
Errors in your presentation copy can easily give the impression that the rest of the work you do is sub-standard. You are losing business needlessly.
Do charities need an editor for their newsletters? Yes, and although the budget is usually tight, you might be surprised what I can get done in an hour!
"Written agreements are standard business practice. In the editorial context, they serve to prevent misunderstandings or unfairness by ensuring that an editor and his or her client clarify assumptions and acknowledge all fees/expenses, deadlines and conditions before work begins. When a client asks an editor to undertake an editing project, both parties enter a legal relationship, and it is in both parties' interest to specify the terms of that relationship in writing."
(Editor's Association of Canada)