An editor is a writer’s best friend.
For me, that’s literally the case. I’ve known Ben Mulholland since my school days…
But for you, an editor is your best friend because nothing helps a writer grow faster than a great editor.
How will you know if what you’re writing is any good? You write to the best of your abilities, so to you even the most poorly received article was supposed to be good.
An editor, however, will be able to sniff out weakness straight away.
- The opening line is weak
- I lost interest during this paragraph
- You don’t source this quote
And so on…
So you need an editor. And an editor needs a peer editing checklist.
At Process Street, we use checklists for everything we do. We have a pre-publish checklist for blog posts and marketing emails. We have a checklist for keyword research. We even have a checklist for making checklists.
In this post, I want to share with you our peer editing checklist for training writers and editors to become the best they can be, and creating stellar blog content.
P.S: Scroll right to the bottom for an interactive version of this checklist!