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10 Essential Proofreading Tips

A book publishing company hires professional proofreaders who make sure publications contain no grammar or spelling errors. As a small business owner or associate, you may not be in a position to hire a proofreader to go over material you have written for your website or brochure – you might be one of those CEOs who must do everything from sales to janitorial services.

Proofreading your own work can be tricky, as your brain tends to skip mistakes that are obvious to others. Here are ten essential proofreading tips to make sure your results are clean, polished and ready to impress your clients.

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2013 – A Better Year for Print Markets

It’s always easier to look back at a year when the review turns up mostly good news, and, as it turns out, 2013 was a pretty good year for magazine, catalog and book markets alike.

Magazines
Especially after the 2012 end-of-year report by MediaPost News about a continued loss of advertising revenue in magazine markets, the best news for 2013 was the continued and significant decline of magazine closures. Only 56 titles closed in 2013, down from 82 closures in 2012 and a cataclysmic high of 428 closures in 2009. This, added to growing magazine readership, indicates the magazine market is stabilizing. Hopefully, the just- approved exigent postal rate increase won’t reverse this positive trend.

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Why Walsworth’s G7 Certification is Good for You

You may have noticed from our website that Walsworth is a certified G7 Master Printer and wondered, “What’s that? And why does it matter to me?”

What is G7?
G7 is a color calibration method developed by IDEAlliance that allows printers to reliably repeat color quality across the gamut of printing devices and substrates. The “G” stands for the gray balance required to achieve the standard, and the “7” stands for the seven ISO colors, CMYK and RGB.

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