SAN FRANCISCO — (PRNewswire) — July 24, 2008 — Papercheck offers clients the opportunity to take a “Second Look” at their documents. Papercheck provides proofreading and editing services to businesses and students through a vast network of highly qualified editors. Clients are confident in the final draft, knowing that a professional editor has provided extensive revisions and incorporated client feedback.
Clients are taking advantage of the deeply discounted Second Look editing service to respond to editor comments, corrections, and to address awkwardly phrased paragraphs. With this new program, Papercheck clients no longer have to submit a previously edited document that they want re-edited for the full price. Documents are edited by the original editor and returned within 24 hours for $6.95 per page.
“The Second Look editing service was a response to client feedback,” said Darren Shafae, vice president and founder of Papercheck, LLC. “We always listen to feedback from clients and editors so that we are able to deliver the best possible editing experience and service.”
Feedback in reference to Second Look from both clients and editors has been outstanding. Tara Lehan, a veteran on the Papercheck proofreading staff, is excited about the new service. “I am seeing substantial improvements in our clients’ written work. We are more closely connected, as the Second Look bridges the gap between the client and editor.”
Papercheck launched the new proofreading service on June 18, 2008. Clients can take advantage of this service by following the Second Look icon on the My Documents page of their Papercheck account. The service is easy to use; clients have only to upload their revised version to the client status page, and the document is automatically sent back to their proofreader. To learn more about the Second Look editing service, visit: Second Look Editing Services.
Papercheck, LLC has provided proofreading services since 2001. Editors correct format, document flow, and grammatical errors, including punctuation, verb tense, spelling, and sentence structure 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Source: Papercheck, LLC