Services

Following is a list of most of current services. If you have a need and you don’t see it here, please email at margolynndill (at) gmail.com, and we can discuss it. Scroll below the services list for average pricing and a quick link to the Specials and Packages page. Just a reminder, all former clients and my former WOW! students receive a 10% discount on any services, unless you have a coupon for a bigger discount! 

  • Proofreading
  • Content editing
  • Full edit (proofreading and content editing)
  • Picture book critiques
  • Marketing strategies
  • Copy writing
  • Blog posts
  • Press releases
  • Website help
  • Social media marketing help
  • Mailers
  • Flyers
  • Writer Coaching
  • Advertorials
  • Presentations
  • Conference workshops
  • Keynote speeches
  • Resumes
  • CVs
  • Dissertations

Use the Contact Information page to let Editor 911 know about your project if you don’t see your needs listed here (or email margolynndill@gmail (dot) com).

Examples of average pricing:

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(Most projects will be discussed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us for current rates. Discounts are applied for former clients and large projects, such as novels or school visit presentations.)

$5.50 a page for a full edit (250-275 words on an average page)

$4.00 a page for content editing

$3.00 a page for proofreading

$30 for 30 minutes of writer coaching

$50 for 60 minutes of writer coaching

$45 for a picture book critique package (under 1000 words)–This includes a line edit, what works and what doesn’t bullet points, and suggestions for revision, plus a look at the revision.

$50/hour for editing, copy writing, and graphic design work (This is an average–rates will be determined on a case-by-case basis.)

30% rush-fee–Rush is when a project needs to be done within 24 hours–it is something that would be discussed before the work is completed. 

$100/hour for speaking and conference workshops (This is an average–rates will be determined on a case-by-case basis.)

Still not sure? Check out the Testimonials from former Editor 911 clients.