• Guy Pearson

Is your website all that it could be?

It was great to work on a key project with a leading UK trade association this week.

I was invited to edit and proofread the content of its public-facing website which, when looked at closely and in depth, contained quite a number of spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors.

Those kind of mistakes can create the wrong impression of an organisation and they’re easy to put right – as long as you know what you’re doing and have the time (and capacity) to spare of course.

I went through every page and link on the website in just a couple of days and presented the association with a list of suggested amendments in the form of tracked changes.

That way, they’re able to see each change quite clearly and can alter the content on the site themselves.

I’m a self-confessed and fully-practising grammar geek. I’ve been a professional sub editor and PR manager for more than 35 years. It’s been a key part of my job throughout my career to spot, and correct, issues that aren’t quite right.

Now I’m offering that kind of attention to detail to businesses and organisations of all shapes and sizes – no matter what sector they’re in.

I can make sure your website, all online content and indeed every external communication is absolutely spot on.

It’s a cost-effective service that can save you a lot of time and effort – and ensure you’re creating the kind of perception you’d hope for with existing and potential customers, or members.

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