Tech Blog Quality Assurance (QA)

Content copyediting for tech blogs

Your tech post is great, but has it been copyedited?

Avoid embarrassing content errors and publish with confidence by getting your tech blog posts QA’d by a professional copyeditor (aka copy editor).

Tech writers are under immense pressure to produce quality content at relentless speed. Yet just because a post is written doesn't mean it's ready to be published.

  1. Often the hand types something different than what the conscious mind intends, due to fatigue, rush, multitasking, or unconscious tendencies affecting what's actually written.
  2. To make matters worse, often the writer's eye also reads what their mind intended, not what actually gets typed on the screen.

Result: speed at the expense of clarity and engagement.

What does a copyeditor do?

Copyeditors approach content as reader advocates — reading it from the reader's viewpoint. In that sense, they are the "first readers" and the “last line of defense” for a given post, fulfilling the function of "quality control" for the blog. This is why producing consistent high-quality tech blog content at market speed requires Blog QA by The Write Cure.

What is the Blog QA service?

The Blog QA service checks tech blog post language accuracy, enhances flow and readability, and offers recommendations for improvement. I take a constructively critical approach to the text, highlighting problematic wording and transitions, and recommending quick fixes.

Who is this service for?

This service is for tech blog writers and content managers (cloud, SaaS, SRE, infosec, analytics, visualization, IoT, AI, ML, engineering, etc.) who want express editing without fully engaging a copywriter.

What does Blog QA cover?

Blog QA eliminates ambiguity and inconsistency to safeguard content integrity. It's a language editing service that includes checking your blog posts, within the terms & conditions below, for:

  1. Spelling and grammar
  2. Confusing wording/sentence structure
  3. Broken links & links copied with unintended UTM's
  4. Consistency of reference for recurring terms
  5. Consistency of writing tone
  6. Contradictory statements
  7. Credibility of product/service claims
  8. SEO-friendliness of draft structure
  9. Internal/external linking opportunities
  10. Potential plagiarism issues

​Service terms & conditions

Draft format: Google Doc, GitHub, or MS Word

Content type: Tech blog posts

Method: 1 round of edits, tracked changes, comments

Flat rate: $100 per 1000 words

Payment schedule: $100 prepaid (remainder on delivery)

Payment: Online or via bank/check

Turnaround time: 24 hours from receiving initial payment​

Request a blog post copyedit

* The Write Cure reserves the right to decline any project with unreasonable requirements or that does not fit the service terms & conditions listed above.