Chapter Eleven. The Revision Process

Editing is a huge part of any writer’s job. You need to gather feedback, proofread your own work, and revise other people’s writing too. Editing is the single most important thing you can do to prepare your work for the web.

In this chapter, you’ll learn how to:

• Share drafts in a courteous, efficient manner

• Incorporate feedback and revise your own writing

• Approach peer editing from a teaching perspective

These skills will help you polish your work and keep your projects running smoothly.

Handling drafts

In Chapter 4: Writing Basics, we shared tips for reviewing your work and keeping it concise. Now let’s look at how to gather and incorporate feedback from other people.

Introduce it

The review process ...

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