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As an editor, you know that there's more to being successful in your job than just having editing skills. For example, you need to be able to manage your time and projects efficiently, and you need to know the ins and outs of using Microsoft Word. You need to add even more skills and knowledge to your tool belt if you want to run a thriving freelance editing business. For instance, you need to know about marketing, pricing your services, and paying taxes.

I'm here to help you develop the skills and knowledge that will contribute to your success as an editor. The webinars and courses I offer are based on my 18 years of experience as a professional editor (including both in-house and freelance experience), the research and training I've completed over the years, the courses I've taught in Brigham Young University's editing and publishing program, and the presentations I've given at various conferences and other training events.

Completing the training available through my training site will help you be more effective and confident in your work. You'll be better prepared to take the next step in your career, whether that be getting a promotion and/or raise at work or making your freelance business more rewarding.

Below, you'll find the training that I'm currently offering. If you don't see training on the topic that you're looking for, send me a message. Training on that subject might be in the works, or I might be able to prepare training on the topic just for you!

4-Session Business Coaching Package

1-Hour Business Coaching Session

Maximizing Productivity: How Editors Can Accomplish More without Working More Hours

About Me

Suzy Bills is an editor, an author, and a faculty member in the editing and publishing program at Brigham Young University. She was previously a lead editor for the Joseph Smith Papers, and she’s owned a writing and editing business since 2006, working with individuals and companies to publish everything from books to dissertations, video scripts, technical manuals, and marketing materials. She loves sharing her skills with others, whether through teaching, mentoring, helping authors get their thoughts on paper, or fine-tuning their writing. Her book The Freelance Editor’s Handbook was published in 2021 by the University of California Press.