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Dissediting formulates a five step interactive editing service
Date:9/2/2013

(PRWEB) September 02, 2013

Making way for interactive, seamless editing for academic documents, Dissediting has created a new process that will be brought into action from September 2013. The process has been created in collaboration with some of the clients, who were interviewed to know what they seek in a perfect editorial service. The results of the survey were used by the team of editors, proofreaders and subject matter experts to jointly create the new scheme for editing.

The chief editor at Dissediting introduced the procedure to scholars, saying that it will guarantee quick delivery of the edited documents and flawless quality. With the new process, multiple round editing will also be possible and revisions will be done without any extra cost for 15 days after the document is delivered. The first step in the process will be sending the document to the team and getting a personalized quote. The editors will assess the editing requirement, scope of work and length of document and accordingly send a quote. The next step will be to accept the quote and make partial payment.

After this, the team will start working on the document. All specifications should be emailed to the team and in case there is any query, clients can also contact the editors on Skype. In the third step, the first edited draft will be provided. Once this is approved by the client, the proofreaders will take up their part of the assignment and thoroughly check the document for all presentation and structural errors. In the fourth step, one will receive the proofread document and review it. After this draft is approved, the final copy will be prepared in the last step and handed over to the client along with the editing report. All through the process, clients will be free to get in touch with the editor and provide feedback.

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