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Content Writing Firm Copypress.com Appoints A New Team Of Expert Editors As Part Of Its Quality Assurance Policy

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“Copypress.com is a high profile content writing firm that serves a huge number of customers. The company has set in place a team of experienced and expert content writers and is one of the most sought after entities in the world.”

Tampa, FL – One of the leading online based content writing firm copypress.com has appointed a special team of expert editors as part of its new quality assurance policy. The new team will be charged with the role of scrutinizing every piece of content written by its team to ensure it meets the highest quality standard.

Copypress.com becomes one of the very few high profile content writing companies to appoint such a special team. According to the company the need to maintain high standards of quality in its writing services is indeed a major priority and as it seems, the firm is leaving nothing to chance in achieving this goal. copypress.com has also indicated that the team is now up and running and customers looking for quality content writing services have been welcomed to take full advantage in the coming few months.

According to many analysts in the content writing sector, writing content is actually one of the most error prone tasks. Although a number of providers have set in place different measures to correct these errors, the appointment of a special team of editors at copypress.com is seen by many players in the sector as a very bold step forward that will redefine proofreading for the better. Copypress.com has assured its customers that it will continue to invest heavily on its capacity to deliver quality content writing services even in the future.

The provider is also optimistic that the appointed team will be a great plus in its endeavor to make quality content writing services accessible to all. The writer is now looking at the prospect of attracting new customers to its services and as many analysts in the sector note, there is no doubt quality content writing has remained one of the major pillars of success for copypress.com.

Content writing and distribution has remained a major aspect in ecommerce. Content has been used in marketing and product promotion and as such, a lot of online based businesses have only settled for quality content writers who can deliver the best at relatively affordable rates. Copypress.com is one of the few high profile entities falling in this category and with the appointment of a new special team of editors, things can only get better. For the best content writing at affordable prices, please visit www.copypress.com today.

About Copypress.com

Copypress.com is a high profile content writing firm that serves a huge number of customers. The company has set in place a team of experienced and expert content writers and is one of the most sought after entities in the world. For more information please feel free to visit www.copypress.com

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Company Name: Copypress.com
Contact Person: Randy E. Yanez
Email: holepools@yahoo.com
Phone: (888) 505 – 5689
Address:3450 Buschwood Park Dr., Suite 300
City: Tampa
State: FL
Country: United States
Website: http://www.copypress.com/

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