When it comes to writing text messages and work emails and newsletters and blog posts, an extra set of eyes really help. The idea behind Editorr is just that.
Basically, you send whatever you want edited (or looked at) to the team at Editorr, who then matches the job with an editor. It’s like Uber for writing projects. It can be your website or a text message to someone, or an email, or whatever. You pay based on how many words are being submitted for a peek. There are no subscriptions. Just pay what you use. Smart, right?
Use Editorr when what you’re writing matters. Imagine sending a proposal to a client where they don’t understand what you’re saying. Spell check? That’s easy. But INTENT and CLARITY? That’s when it’s worth it.
Let’s say that document is 400 words. That’ll cost you $12 (US). What if Editorr found a few errors and tightened up your words and that won you $5000 worth of business? That’s a pretty good return on investment, right?
That’s why you should check it out.
I met Brian and Heather from Editorr at Mike Stelzner’s Social Media Marketing World. They’re swell people running that company and it’s always good to know who’s behind the business. I vouch that they’re straightforward people doing good work.