Chances are, at some point in your life, you will be looking for a proofreading or editing service. You have this really important report coming up, a resume that needs to be just perfect, a PowerPoint you can’t afford to be wrong, or even an email you’re sending out to 500 of your closest friends. So, you turn to your friends or colleagues for help – or go online and end up on a website like Wordy.com.
Now, naturally, your question is what makes Wordy different? What defines our service, when comparing with similar services out there? Continue reading →
Wordy editors are constantly outdoing themselves, which means pick-up times are now consistently under 3 minutes (and in many cases under 1 minute) while the turn-around time for 400 words is 20-33 minutes.
One of the key features of Wordy is the possibility to integrate professional human copy-editing in any publishing workflow. Wordy’s open application programming interface (API) makes it possible for all third-party developers to make real human Wordy copy-editing available on their specific platform.
Due to the immense number of publishing platforms, the API must adhere to at least two different scenarios: the direct payment option, where users make transactions directly with Wordy, and the indirect payment option, where uses are already running a subscription-based account with their platform provider. Integrating Wordy into these two scenarios results in a few very interesting design possibilities. Continue reading →
Wordy is all about building the fastest, most reliable service for professional human copy-editing on the basis of a few powerful principles: great editors, 24/7 service, the fastest turnaround times, easy ordering, and attainable pricing.
So, how should we go about this? First of all, by using all the advantages the Net has to offer. Global coverage means that Wordy can attract great editors everywhere. It also means that Wordy can offer ’round-the-clock service and best-of-the-Web turnaround times simply because there are always editors online to pick up a job. Also, because of our very modest commission rate, Wordy can offer customers truly great pricing. Continue reading →
In August 2009, a pre-registration site for editors generated more than 250 registrations in just one week, and a prototype of Wordy was built. In September, business developers Klaus Lovgreen and Lars Bjerre Nielsen also joined Wordy as partners. After a beta period from December to March 2010, Wordy will really start totake over the world of editing by 1 April 2010. Continue reading →