- Lots to fix means your message will be tough to read (and likely won't be).
- If you're too busy to fix the lot, focus on the most important parts, e.g. your executive summary.
- You can also outsource it to us to write, edit or proofread for you: request a quote.
It can be annoying having to fix scores of problems. We hear you.
But it's even more annoying:
(a) having to find and fix those problems manually -- at least Credosity helps you blast through fast, and
(b) risking days or weeks of work sending something WITHOUT the issues being fixed. If you don't get the result you want (e.g. a 'yes'), you'll kick yourself for not making it as readable and professional as possible.
HOWEVER, if you're seriously under the pump, do these:
1. Laser in on the most important
Research has shown 100 percent of managers expecting a report read the executive summary. But only 15 percent read the body. You still need to write a good body, but make sure your exec. summary rocks!
Credosity lets you select a portion of your document or email and just analyse that.
2. 'Ignore all'
In large documents, you could be surprised at how often the same issue appears. And how quickly your number of issues drops when you 'Ignore all' in Credosity.
For example, if Credosity finds it is and suggests it's (contractions make for more natural reading), but you want to avoid contractions, click 'Ignore all'. If you've used 'it is' a lot, your number of issues will drop suddenly.
Persist a little, and you could get through those fixes faster than you thought!
3. Consider outsourcing it to us to write, edit or proofread for you. Professional writers can blitz large jobs quickly, adding value you'd never have imagined: request a quote.