THE DOCUMENTATION EXPERTS
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What you need to know about reviewers . . .
First, a reviewer is a person who is part editor, part purchasing agent, and part judge, who evaluates a product or document on its merits to be marketable, compatible, audience appropriate and a good investment.
Second, a reviewer may be a volunteer, a paid employee, or a freelancer. For example, product reviews are typically written by shoppers who have purchased that particular product and rate the product based on performance, ease of operation, price range, and satisfaction. Some book publishers hire genre specific reviewers whose mission is to provide internal reviews. Some reviewers are freelancers who earn a living by providing independent reviews to multiple clients.
Keep in mind; training, education, experience, and industry knowledge varies greatly. Asks questions, get to know a potential reviewer before signing a contract.
Industrial Documents has reviewed:
For authors, musicians, commercial companies, professional societies, and non-
The Book Review Process . . .
We start with copy editing, then editing and check for any pagination issues. Next, we define the target audience, and then score both the physical and educational readability levels. Finally, we evaluate the overall construction and quality of the book against the price range. Our book review reads more like a report card, giving our clients accurate and reliable information to reach a final decision.
The CD/DVD and Video Presentation Review Process . . .
We start with editing and check for technology compatibility and reliability. Next, we define the target audience, and then score both the technical and educational readability levels. Finally, we evaluate the overall length, construction, and quality of the CD/DVD and Video Presentation against the price range. Our CD/DVD and Video Presentation review reads more like a report card, giving our clients accurate and reliable information to reach a final decision.
The Live Performance Review Process . . .
We start with examining the venue for seating and accessibility issues. Next, we examine the sound, lighting and other stagecraft functions. Finally, we evaluate the overall length, and quality of the live presentation against the price range. Our live presentation review reads more like a report card, giving our clients accurate and reliable information to reach a final decision.
Industrial Documents has helped individuals, companies, and corporations navigate through the writing, editing, publishing, and management processes for more than 30 years.
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