I always try to make these blog entries useful and entertaining. I try to avoid self-promotion. But this time, I can't resist. Sometimes, you've just got to boast.
The No-Nonsense Proofreading Course now comes with over 1,000 pages of give-aways.
Over 1,000 pages!
There. I just needed to let that out.
I feel much better now.
Oh, here's a picture:
Checking my Google Analytics, I’ve noticed that quite a few people have arrived at this website having Googled the phrases free proofreading courses, free online proofreading course, free proofreading eBook, free proofreading course online and a few variants thereon. Well, is there any such thing as a free proofreading course? Not as far as I’m aware. Like the free lunch, it’s something of a contemporary myth. That being said, my research tells me that £19.99 is as close as you’re likely to get to a free proofreading course.
So, what do you get for your £19.99?
First and foremost, you get an incredibly effective proofreading methodology. Believe me, this is absolutely central to any professional proofreader’s career. A sound grasp of grammar and good spelling are all well and good, but without the technique to help you home-in on the errors, they’re of little or no use at all.
In fact, I’d go so far as to say that the proofreading methodology detailed in Chapter 5 of the eBook is worth your £19.99 alone. Of course, I would say that. However, I think you’ll agree once you’ve read the book. Furthermore, so confident am I that you’ll agree, The No-Nonsense Proofreading Course comes with a 30-day money back guarantee.
To summarise, having scoured the internet, I can find no free proofreading courses. Not one. And nor can I find any proofreading courses which even come close to competing with my £19.99 price tag.
So, there are no free proofreading courses but you’ll find one that’s as near as damn-it on this website.
Give it a try. You’ve got thirty days to make up your mind. What have you got to lose? And don’t forget, you could get a return on your investment by successfully completing just one, small, professional proofreading assignment – the Society for Editors and Proofreaders recommend you charge £20.25 per hour.
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“I am one of those many fools who paid a huge amount of money for a useless course. This book... has opened so many doors for me. I now look on Mike as my mentor as I embark on a career. Thank you Mike.”
Emma Steel, Proofreader and International Structural Editor.
“ I thoroughly enjoyed the course and am so glad that I decided to take it... the whole experience was invaluable. My proofreading service is now well established and your course played no small part in getting it off the ground.”
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Rachel Gee, Trainee Proofreader.
“What can I say? Worth every penny and then some! God Bless! This a fabulous course.”
Teresa Richardson, Proofreader.
“As someone who has effectively been proofreading for thirty years, I found Mike’s No-Nonsense Proofreading Course an invaluable introduction and a very useful practical guide to many aspects of this discipline. I can wholeheartedly recommend it as the ideal starting point, and much more besides.”
Jeremy Meehan, Proofreader.
My name's Mike Sellars and I'm an experienced proofreader and the author of The No-Nonsense Proofreading Course. Click here to find out more about me.
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“As someone who has been proofreading for 30 years, I found Mike’s course an invaluable introduction and a very useful practical guide to many aspects of the discipline. I can wholeheartedly recommend it.” Jeremy Meehan, Proofreader.
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