Frequently Asked Questions

How is proofreading different from editing?

What makes this service different from other editing services?

Why do I need my written communication reviewed?

Proofreading is usually the last step in the writing/editing process. It is focused on the surface, cosmetic, errors like grammatical and/or spelling.

Editing is more detailed and can include re-working text, restructuring paragraphs, content creation and correcting flow, style and grammar.
Edits by Bakeba specializes in enhancing the writer’s own words. It is critical that the writer’s meaning not be altered as a result of editing.

You write, I polish. It’s a win-win! Your written communication speaks well of you and I get to pursue my passion: helping others present a polished look to their audience.
When writing, we commonly write how we speak. Also, when we review our own written documents, we generally read them the way we meant to write them, not as they are actually written and that causes us to miss even the simplest mistakes. That’s where an objective reviewer, like an editor, is helpful. The editor can not only identify errors but also give feedback on what is actually written and how it reads to someone other than the author. 

Remember, your written communication will leave a lasting be sure to leave a well polished written imprint

What services are provided by Edits by Bakeba?

What's the cost?

Edits by Bakeba offers editing and writing services including:  
  •Copy Editing
 •Content Editing
  •Freelance Writing
 •Technical Writing
Due to the nature of the services provided, prices vary depending on the individual needs of the writer/requestor.