Editing and proofreading content before you print it or add it to your website is essential. You may have spent £££s on designing a beautiful website or brochure, but it won’t create the impact you need if it is littered with punctuation and spelling errors, poor grammar, weak headings and an inconsistent tone of voice.

Dawn Mimnagh is very good at seeing the finer details that others miss: errors that make a beautifully printed brochure worthless as soon as a keen-eyed reader spots the gaffe; photos and imagery that do not sell products; headlines that don’t capture the essence of the words that follow; headings and bullet points that are written with inconsistent capitalisation; information that is inaccurately replicated throughout a suite of literature.

It is indeed a pleasure to be able to recommend Dawn for the work that she carried out on my series of books entitled From Birmingham to Bombay. Dawn made the process fuss free and smooth, ensuring any mistakes were picked up on and any issues quickly resolved. It is also a pleasure and a relief knowing that a keen eye and an attention to detail will ensure a professional presentation and accuracy of information before being released for public scrutiny. I have no hesitation in recommending or using Dawn’s services in the future. Alan Coxon, TV Chef/Presenter and Ambassador for British food, drink and tourism

Dotting and Crossing can help with editing and proofreading these:

  • Adverts
  • Annual reports
  • Articles
  • Award entries
  • Biographies
  • Blogs
  • Brochures
  • Captions
  • Case studies
  • Catalogues
  • Data sheets
  • Direct mail
  • E-books
  • Flyers
  • Leaflets
  • Magazines
  • Manuals
  • Newsletters
  • Packaging
  • Presentations
  • Point-of-sale
  • Posters
  • Press releases
  • Product literature
  • Reports
  • Sales literature
  • Signage
  • Straplines
  • Website content.

For editing and proofreading, you need someone that is good at dotting i’s and crossing t’s – talk to professional marketer Dawn Mimnagh at Dotting and Crossing.