If you were signing up for a beginner's course to freelance writing, what type of information would you want that class to include? What questions would you have that needed to be answered in a class that was supposed to teach you about developing your portfolio and getting you started?
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All excellent things to consider - thanks for your answer :)
All excellent points sounds like a great book. I agree on feedback! so many people avoid critique, but it makes for better writing.
Rather than billing your writing as 'better than anyone else's', (that's subjective) you'd be o a sounder footing by desribing your work as 'a unique insight and thoroughly researched'.
alancaster149. Agreed, so 'better' is probably the wrong word. I didn't mean better in the terms of quality of writing which, as you say, is subjective. I meant better in the term of unique angle or perspective, supported by better research etc.