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Putting out a press release is all about capturing the attention of the media and getting publicity for whatever exciting announcement you have to share.
So, making a good impression matters. You don’t want to get the journalist’s attention for all the wrong reasons.
A professional proofreader will to seek out and correct the kinds of embarrassing errors that can derail a well-planned press launch.
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Our proofreader, Wendy Wood, knows all about press releases. She had a long career in newspapers, working nearly eight years at The Jackson Citizen Patriot in Michigan, USA. So, she knows what makes a press release work and she’s well aware of all the common pitfalls that mean others fail (like incorrect contact details).
Wendy has also spent many years proofreading commercial copywriting for clients across a wide range of industries, across the English-speaking world. So, she understands the balance between newsworthiness (the thing that will make a journalist pick up your press release) and your commercial goals (the message you want to get across).
She has Poynter ACES Certificates in Editing and In-Depth Editing.
Wendy is based in Kansas City in the USA, but is well-versed in Australian, British and American English. She can edit and proofread to any style guide.
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42.5% of consumers say poor spelling or grammar is likely to damage their opinion of a brand.