Because they both have to do with identifying and fixing mistakes in writing, it can be easy to think of editing and proofreading as one and the same (or at least, interchangeable). But they actually serve different purposes and should be done at different times.
When you’re working on your own piece, editing and proofreading tend to run together, both happening until the last possible second. And we get it. You want your piece to be perfect in every way! But believe us—leaving time to give each document one final, separate proofread will be the best thing you can do. Or consider having someone else look at it. Our next post will discuss when you should hire a professional proofreader.
The Power of Proofreading: Part Two
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