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Help I'm an Editor: How to start the business in Nigeria

Question from Ogechi:
I studied English and did a little bit of editing before I went into cakes. Now I want to go into it again, as in to make money from it. How do I start? I know that's what you do.

Answer from Jenny at Logos Audibles:

Start by advertising for people to know that you do that.

Before then decide on how much you want to charge per page when people send you their work. That way you can multiply that by the number of pages.

Research online to see how companies that offer editing services in UK price theirs.

Decide on the kind of writings you edit, then categorise them.

Collaborate with other professional editors like Logos Audibles in projects until you learn the business.

Make money! Make impact!



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