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4 Tips for the Best Resume Format

June 15, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Resumes, Writing Guides

You’ve worked hard on your content; now make sure your recruiter can find it.

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When to Use Humor in Business Writing: How About Never?

May 28, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Business Proofreading and Editing, Proofreading and Editing

A written joke is immortal, and once e-mailed or messaged, it lives forever outside your control. You have no idea whose eyes may see it or in what situation your joke may suddenly appear.

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How Best to Use Editing Services

The more work you put in before you submit your document, the better your document will look after the professionals finish with it.

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How to Avoid Wordiness

May 21, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Essays, Proofreading and Editing

Try these tips in your writing. Practice makes perfect (as opposed to, “In order to achieve perfection, you should take the time to practice”).

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Do I Need a Literary Agent?

May 14, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Books and Manuscripts, Proofreading and Editing

Agents are businesspeople and creative professionals. They’re here to help you get your book into the publishing mainstream and into the hands of readers everywhe

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6 Tips for Keeping Your Résumé Brief: Less Is More

May 7, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Business Proofreading and Editing, Resumes

Briefer is better. Executive positions, medicine, and academia use the CV format, which goes into extensive detail. But if you’re applying for the kind of job that requires a résumé, you can probably get it onto a single page.

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6 Tips for Citing Sources Smoothly

May 1, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in APA, Dissertations, Essays, MLA

A properly formatted paper with citations makes you look smart and proves what you know. It’s like wearing a suit to a job interview. Here are some tips to help make the process of writing citations enjoyable, or at least painless.

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How to Outline an Essay

April 27, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Essays

Writing a proper outline lets you focus on the first task first and all by itself: what to say. Don’t worry about the words yet. Don’t even think about complete sentences. This is only about lining up your content.

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6 Easy Steps for Writing Faster

April 24, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Books and Manuscripts, Essays

Before beginning any project, sit down and think about what you want to accomplish. Too many people start projects before accurately identifying their goals, and this leads them to waste too much time on ideas and writing things that aren’t relevant.

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How Book Writers Get Paid — Part 2

April 16, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Uncategorized

Navigating the complexities of the publishing business can be bewildering, but, with a little attention and a few explanations, you’ll be able to manage the business side of your writing career just as confidently as you approach the craft of writing itself.

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Cover Letters: 3 Lessons from Sales

April 6, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Admissions Essays, Personal Statements, Resumes

Selling yourself, though, is the way of the hunt. It may seem reductive, even unsavory, to think of oneself as a commodity. But employment is by nature a sales transaction. You agree to sell your labor, and, to do so effectively, you need to be guided by three fundamental rules of salesmanship.

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What Plagiarism Is and How to Avoid It

April 3, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Essays

It can be overwhelming, but there’s no need to let worries about plagiarism make writing papers harder. These are a few simple things to include in your writing practice so that you can easily avoid plagiarism.

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Using Microsoft Word Track Changes

April 1, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Uncategorized

With Track Changes turned on, all edits are recorded and can be displayed in various ways. The problem is that this can lead to a bit of a mess, with little bubbles and different colors and lines everywhere. Fortunately, the Track Changes function can be customized to show you only the information you want, regardless of what settings the editor has used.

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8 Tips to Make Your Writing Sound More Formal

March 26, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Essays

There is no substitute for good ideas, but we can (and do) help you elevate your tone and make you sound like a bona fide professional-thinking person. Here are some handy tricks that you can use yourself.

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How Book Writers Get Paid – Pt 1

March 20, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Books and Manuscripts

ProofreadingPal supports writers in all parts of their careers, whether honing their academic writing skills or navigating the challenges of publishing that novel, memoir, or nonfiction book. So here on the blog, we’ll be taking a look at the nitty-gritty of the business side of writing and editing and how you can make the best of a changing landscape in modern publishing.

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Writing a Cover Letter to Get a Job

March 12, 2015 by ProofreadingPal in Personal Statements, Proofreading and Editing, Resumes

I’ve learned quite a bit about the function of cover letters and resumes. In this series of columns, I’ll be sharing some of those insights with you.

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Proofreading Services Rates

January 13, 2014 by Brian Kaldenberg in Proofreading and Editing

As the president and founder of ProofreadingPal, I’m going to try to offer you some simple advice on the various questions you’ll likely encounter, along with advice on the proofreading rates you should expect to pay.

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Fast Proofreading Services for Rush Projects

ProofreadingPal offers fast proofreading services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our 3-, 6-, and 10-hour turnaround speeds make us one of the fastest proofreading services available.

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MLA Formatting

April 20, 2012 by Lori in MLA

Although students may feel intimidated by the requirement to strictly follow any specific style, including MLA, the truth is that MLA style really is not that complicated. Following are a few quick tips we suggest at proofreadingpal.com for properly formatting an MLA document:

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How to Write a Thesis Proposal

March 28, 2012 by Lori in Thesis Proposals

Students often cringe at the challenge of writing a good thesis proposal, uncertain of how to select an appropriate topic (one broad enough to include supportive research, yet specific in theme) and create a polished, professional document. At proofreadingpal.com, we regularly edit thesis proposals of all shapes and sizes. Some papers require only minor polishing and helpful suggestions for clarification where needed, but other papers require a great deal of work in all areas—grammar and punctuation, sentence structure, document organization, and style formatting.

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