Clip ‘n Save These 4 Steps to Edit Your Own Copy!

How to edit your own copy in four stepsAll writers struggle with editing or proofreading their own work. We tend to be blind to our own errors. The key to doing a good job is being able to break the mental ties that bind you to what you originally wrote.

I’ve been using these steps for a few years and they work very well. No one catches 100 percent of the errors or the awkward phrases, but by following these steps you should be able to produce nice, clean copy.

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