Welcome, For The Interested Readers!


edited in

24 hours or less.

Unlimited revisions. Simple pricing. No contracts.

“Edit Ops is the best editing service I’ve ever worked with.” - Drew Stegmaier

How It Works

Send the draft

Once your draft is ready, simply email it to us and we'll match you with an editor. We work on both Word and Google Docs.


Depending on the length and complexity of your content, you'll get an edited draft within 24 hours - 72 hours. 

Press publish

Request as many edits as you need till you are satisfied. Once the draft is finalised, all you have to do is press publish and watch your traffic go up.

What You Get

Meet your deadlines

You have a content calendar and you need your work edited quickly so you can meet your deadlines. We get that and we always meet our deadlines. At Edit Ops, we typically turn around a blog post of ~2,500 words in less than 24 hours. No more chasing after freelancers or missing deadlines.

Unlimited Revisions

A good editing process usually requires some back-and-forth between the writer and the editor. Sometimes, an article may need to go through multiple rounds of editing. We don't want to leave you hanging halfway so feel free to request as many revisions as you need until you're happy.

Developmental and Copy Editing

We don't just check for typos or fix grammatical errors; we also look at the structure and flow of the article. At the end of our editing process, you'll have content that reflects your voice and tone, flows smoothly and is packed with value.

Money-back Guarantee

Get started with any of our plans without any risk. We have an easy no-questions-asked satisfaction guarantee. If you aren't happy with our service, we'll give you a full refund.



Our plans are simple. Pick the plan that suits your needs based on how many words you publish every month.

Need a plan tailored to your needs?

Email us at hello@editops.com and let’s talk about how we can help you.

Drew Stegmaier

Edit Ops is the best editing service I've ever worked with. My work has leveled up significantly since we started working together and we will be working together for a long time.

Drew Stegmaier

Writer, Drew's Letter

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the trial work?

You can try out our services for $1 to see if they are a good fit for you. We'll edit up to 1,000 words and carry out 2 revisions. And no, you won't automatically be signed up for a subscription. There are absolutely no strings attached to this offer.

What are unlimited revisions?

We are happy to edit your work as many times as needed until you are satisfied. Please keep in mind that we only work on one article at a time. 

How do you calculate the words?

Usually, we look at the word count of your original draft and not the revised versions.  However, there are times when the revised versions are significantly longer. In these cases, we would look at the word count of the final version.

What kind of content do you edit?

Pretty much anything - newsletters, blog posts, e-books, case studies, and other forms of business writing. However, we do not edit technical content which requires subject matter expertise such as scientific or medical knowledge. If you have any specific requests, please let us know and we’ll try our best to help you.

What is line editing?

We examine every line for structure, flow, and consistency. We look at the overall flow of the content, make sure it actually conveys what you intend it to, suggest word substitutions, and recommend deletions and additions to the text.

In the words of Random House copy chief Benjamin Dreyer, “My job is to lay my hands on that piece of writing and make it … better. Cleaner. Clearer. More efficient. Not to rewrite it … but to burnish and polish it and make it the best possible version of itself that it can be.”

What is copy editing?

We do a round of editing to check for typos, grammatical errors, fix punctuation, and polish your draft.

What formats do you accept drafts in?

We’re happy to work on either MS Word or Google Docs. In the former, we use "Track Changes" and in the latter, we use the ‘Suggesting’ mode. This way you can keep tabs on the changes we’ve made and accept or reject them easily. 

What is the turnaround time?

Turnaround times depend on the length and complexity of the content. Usually, we turn around a blog post within 24 hours on business days. E-books and white papers will take longer (up to 5 business days) depending on how long they are. We communicate the turnaround time in advance so you can plan for it.  

What are your working hours?

We work around the clock from Monday to Friday and take weekends off to recharge. 

You can send in your content at any time. However, any drafts submitted after 2 p.m. EST on Fridays will be processed on Monday but you will have the first edit by the end of the day.

How does the money-back guarantee work?

If you’re not satisfied with Edit Ops within 30 days of purchasing either the Basic or Advanced Plan, you’re eligible for a full refund. Please send us an email or talk to your editor to request cancellation.

We’ll review your request and do our best to find a solution, failing which, we’ll issue a full refund.

Don’t worry. Our priority is to deliver a seamless experience for you. There is nothing that would prevent you from cancelling or getting your money back within this period. 

Am I locked into a long-term contract?

Not at all. You are enrolled in a month to month membership. You can cancel your subscription anytime – hassle-free. You can also downgrade or upgrade your subscription depending on your needs.

Are there any hidden fees?

No hidden fees. All taxes and fees are included in our prices.

What is my billing schedule?

We work on a 30-day cycle and you will be billed every 30 days.

Do you charge on a per-word basis?

If you need more than 25,000 words/month edited, please reach out to us at hello@editops.com and we'll create a custom plan for you.

If I have questions about the edited document, how do I ask the editor?

We encourage you to ask your editor as many questions as you need. You can reach out to her by email.

My question wasn't answered. Can you help me?

Of course. Please email us and we'd be happy to answer all your questions.