I need a proofreader with an excellent eye for detecting spelling errors/grammar and other errors. I have lots of articles (around 300 for this project) and I suggest a fees around 1$ for proofreading one article between 400-600 word count. The price can go higher depending on your skills.
All my writers are good writes(my opinion) but I wont lie you , some articles are low quality and they require a bit more then just proofreading. I would also like my proofreader to take responsibility of suggesting which writer to let go in case his quality is poor as I believe in keeping a small group of quality writers whose work needs minimum proofreading.
I am not here to burden you with very low quality work and expect you to turn it into a masterpiece. I only expect you to read my articles and correct any typo/spelling/grammar/logic/odd sentences (which don't make sense) mistake made inadvertently by writer/s. Those writers who consistently make errors will be removed on basis of your recommendation.
So I would like a proofreader who is native English speaker with masters in English or similar qualifications and guarantee that no error can be found in his/her proofread article. When I say no
errors I really mean no errors.
The payment will made via PayPal/GAF/MoneyBookers every 50 articles, weekly and in some cases if you need money I can pay you right away but only if you are reliable and professional.
I am an American with English/Journalism degrees. I do this for a living and would be happy to help you here for 30 days. Thank you for the opportunity. Regards, maryann126
19 freelancers are bidding on average $146 for this job
I am a community college teacher and have taught and graded thousands of student papers. I have also proofread books for Bar Ilan Professors and projects for the Yad Vashem.
Hello, I would like to submit a bid for this project. Trust that I am highly literate in English and would be more than willing to proofread an article - for free - as a test. Cheers and thanks, rOcieL
I am a teacher with a degree in Teaching English as a Second Language. Proofreading and correcting language errors is something I do almost everyday in my life. It is as natural as breathing.