“The Editor Group team is technically excellent, responsive and, perhaps most importantly, thoughtful. It’s been a pleasure to work with them.”
“Our thought leadership course led by Editor Group was so incredibly useful for our entire team.”
“The information was presented clearly and concisely and allowed us to walk away with action items that we could implement immediately to improve our writing as well as broader goals to reach and accomplish in the future.”
Almost anything that your organisation might need to write or edit, including ads, annual reports, articles and blogs, brochures, case studies, emails and letters, media releases, newsletters, prospectuses, research reports, speeches, tenders and proposals, videos and audio scripts, websites and whitepapers.
True to its theme of ‘Change my mind’, many of the Sydney Writers’ Festival’s events invite festival-goers to open their minds to new ideas. The program touches on everything from the current political landscape to the stranger-than-fiction tales scammers spin and the expectation for women to make nice.
There are two schools of thought about long-form content. Some marketing professionals claim that people’s attention spans are diminishing. It’s therefore a waste of time to publish anything longer than 400-words. Others have greater faith in their potential readers. Here’s what you need to know about the debate.
Hyphens notify a reader that two or more elements in a sentence are linked. So why do hyphens trip up so many people? Fortunately, our editors are on hand to clear up your questions about this misunderstood punctuation mark.
Founder & Director
Grant started Editor Group in 1998. He was previously a senior journalist with The Australian Financial Review.
Lesley leads our editing and proofreading team. She has extensive experience as an editor with media and business organisations.
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