While an editor might think your assignment is ready for publication, the publisher may disagree. Usually, if a publisher requests revisions it has to do with the direction or tone of the piece. Editors check for mechanics, photos and style, but publishers make the final approval based on the flow and feel of the content. In short, how well it was written and how happy they are with it.

Our writers and editors usually do a pretty good job of screening those issues before it hits the publisher’s desk. 

Presto Media prides itself on preparing writers and editors to prevent this from ever happening. Sometimes it does … but if you pass our quality checks during onboarding, training and in the editing of each article, you shouldn’t have to worry too much about this.

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