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Stephanie Powell Creative

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It’s no secret I love to write. And I’m a logophile (for further explanation, see here). It’s also not much of a secret that I’m a wee bit (read: over-the-top and out-of-control) of an English language fanatic. And it goes WAY beyond correct spelling, proper use of grammar, sentence structure, and insistent, unwavering use of the oxford comma (I will fight you if you say it’s not a thing). So it should come as no surprise people frequently ask me to take the proverbial red pen to their papers, letters, proposals, resumes…you name it.

Confession: I’m not only good at it, I really enjoy it. Crazy English/grammar standards notwithstanding, I like to think I also possess a talent for being able to edit and elevate someone’s material without completely erasing their own unique voice and tone. Side note: the irony is not lost on me that I am finally circling back to my degree which, up to this point, has been rather underutilized in my chosen lines of work (BBA in Marketing). I’m not just editing work, I’m creating it. I am a copywriter. What does that look like, you may ask? It’s proofreading, copy editing, content editing, and creating copy. (Hint: “copy” is just industry speak for written material.) And yes, that is 100% a Phineas in the pic. He's helping. He does that a lot. 

Anyone else having flashbacks to high school English?

When proofreading, I’ll be examining your content to identify and correct any and all typographical errors as well as mistakes in grammar, punctuation, capitalization, style, spelling, and vocabulary.

If you know you’ve got good content, are satisfied with your writing style, and just need an extra pair of eyes to make sure it’s all buttoned up, this is what you’re looking for. 

proofreading

Anyone else having flashbacks to high school English?

When proofreading, I’ll be examining your content to identify and correct any and all typographical errors as well as mistakes in grammar, punctuation, capitalization, style, spelling, and vocabulary.

If you know you’ve got good content, are satisfied with your writing style, and just need an extra pair of eyes to make sure it’s all buttoned up, this is what you’re looking for. 

pricing info

Anyone else having flashbacks to high school English?

When proofreading, I’ll be examining your content to identify and correct any and all typographical errors as well as mistakes in grammar, punctuation, capitalization, style, spelling,
and vocabulary.

If you know you’ve got good content, are satisfied with your writing style, and just need an extra pair of eyes to make sure it’s all buttoned up, this is what you’re looking for. 

Anyone else having flashbacks to high school English?

When proofreading, I’ll be examining your content to identify and correct any and all typographical errors as well as mistakes in grammar, punctuation, capitalization, style, spelling,
and vocabulary.

If you know you’ve got good content, are satisfied with your writing style, and just need an extra pair of eyes to make sure it’s all buttoned up, this is what you’re looking for. 

What is copy/content editing? Copy editing first. Essentially, it's a step up from proofreading. I’m checking for all those same things, but I’m also looking at consistency, sentence structure, choice of words, formatting, etc. Basically, I’m not only looking for errors, but also correcting the language, voice, and tone of the text.

If copy editing is looking at how you’re saying something, think of content editing as looking at what you’re saying. If it’s non-fiction, is it factual, consistent, and free from contradictions? In fiction, I’m looking for plot holes, errors or discrepancies in plot/story lines, and discrepancies across characters and dialogue.

If you have written content (articles, papers, books, blogs, etc), and you’re needing a bit more of a scrutinizing view, this is what you’re wanting. 

pricing info

editing

What is copy/content editing? Copy editing first. Essentially, it's a step up from proofreading. I’m checking for all those same things, but I’m also looking at consistency, sentence structure, choice of words, formatting, etc. Basically, I’m not only looking for errors, but also correcting the language, voice, and tone of the text.

If copy editing is looking at how you’re saying something, think of content editing as looking at what you’re saying. If it’s non-fiction, is it factual, consistent, and free from contradictions? In fiction, I’m looking for plot holes, errors or discrepancies in plot/story lines, and discrepancies across characters and dialogue.

If you have written content (articles, papers, books, blogs, etc), and you’re needing a bit more of a scrutinizing view, this is what you’re wanting. 

What is copy/content editing? Copy editing first. Essentially, it's a step up from proofreading. I’m checking for all those same things, but I’m also looking at consistency, sentence structure, choice of words, formatting, etc. Basically, I’m not only looking for errors, but also correcting the language, voice, and tone of
the text.

If copy editing is looking at how you’re saying something, think of content editing as looking at what you’re saying. If it’s non-fiction, is it factual, consistent, and free from contradictions? In fiction, I’m looking for plot holes, errors or discrepancies in plot/story lines, and discrepancies across characters and dialogue.

If you have written content (articles, papers, books, blogs, etc), and you’re needing a bit more of a scrutinizing view, this is what you’re wanting. 

What is copy/content editing? Copy editing first. Essentially, it's a step up from proofreading. I’m checking for all those same things, but I’m also looking at consistency, sentence structure, choice of words, formatting, etc. Basically, I’m not only looking for errors, but also correcting the language, voice, and tone of
the text.

If copy editing is looking at how you’re saying something, think of content editing as looking at what you’re saying. If it’s non-fiction, is it factual, consistent, and free from contradictions? In fiction, I’m looking for plot holes, errors or discrepancies in plot/story lines, and discrepancies across characters and dialogue.

If you have written content (articles, papers, books, blogs, etc), and you’re needing a bit more of a scrutinizing view, this is what you’re wanting. 

My guess is I don’t really need to explain what copywriting or “creating copy” means, but I will anyway. Just for kicks and giggles.

This is when, you guessed it, I’m the one actually writing the content. This could be in the form of a blog post, online article, resume, a paper…you get the idea. Your job is to supply the purpose and intended audience, resources, guidelines, formatting parameters, any necessary research, and/or any other information I need, and my job is to transform the “stuff” into an articulate, intelligent, and fabulous piece of written material. 

pricing info

copywriting

My guess is I don’t really need to explain what copywriting or “creating copy” means, but I will anyway. Just for kicks and giggles.

This is when, you guessed it, I’m the one actually writing the content. This could be in the form of a blog post, online article, resume, a paper…you get the idea. Your job is to supply the purpose and intended audience, resources, guidelines, formatting parameters, any necessary research, and/or any other information I need, and my job is to transform the “stuff” into an articulate, intelligent, and fabulous piece of written material. 

My guess is I don’t really need to explain what copywriting or “creating copy” means, but I will anyway. Just for kicks and giggles.

This is when, you guessed it, I’m the one actually writing the content. This could be in the form of a blog post, online article, resume, a paper…you get the idea. Your job is to supply the purpose and intended audience, resources, guidelines, formatting parameters, any necessary research, and/or any other information I need, and my job is to transform the “stuff” into an articulate, intelligent, and fabulous piece of written material. 

My guess is I don’t really need to explain what copywriting or “creating copy” means, but I will anyway. Just for kicks and giggles.

This is when, you guessed it, I’m the one actually writing the content. This could be in the form of a blog post, online article, resume, a paper…you get the idea. Your job is to supply the purpose and intended audience, resources, guidelines, formatting parameters, any necessary research, and/or any other information I need, and my job is to transform the “stuff” into an articulate, intelligent, and fabulous piece of written material. 

My guess is I don’t really need to explain what copywriting or “creating copy” means, but I will anyway. Just for kicks and giggles.

This is when, you guessed it, I’m the one actually writing the content. This could be in the form of a blog post, online article, resume, a paper…you get the idea. Your job is to supply the purpose and intended audience, resources, guidelines, formatting parameters, any necessary research, and/or any other information I need, and my job is to transform the “stuff” into an articulate, intelligent, and fabulous piece of written material. 

honored to have written and edited for:

brass tacks collective

red-dawn goldens

safari doodles

academic partnerships

TRINITY NATURE PARK/STEVE SMITH
CIRC.IT/FITEVERYWHERE
ENO'S PIZZA TAVERN

proofreading pricing

The first 700 words will be $40. The next 300 words will be an additional $20, as will the subsequent 300 words, and so on and so forth. 

So, for example...
697 words? $40.
892 words? $60.
923 words? $60.
1249 words? $80.
You get the idea...

editing pricing

The first 700 words will be $50. The next 300 words will be an additional $25, as will the subsequent 300 words, and so on and so forth. 

So, for example...
697 words? $50.
892 words? $75.
923 words? $75.
1249 words? $100.
You get the idea...

copywriting pricing

The first 700 words will be $50. The next 300 words will be an additional $25, as will the subsequent 300 words, and so on and so forth. 

So, for example...
697 words? $75.
892 words? $110.
923 words? $110.
1249 words? $145.
You get the idea...

Copywriting services can also be priced at $50 per hour.

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