HOW TO JUDGE WRITING SAMPLES
Each client is unique with particular requirements and preferences, and expert writers tailor their projects specifically for those requirements. Rarely will any writer’s samples be a perfect match for what you’re looking for. So don’t judge samples by whether or not they look like something you could use right out of the box. Instead, check the general attributes of the sample. Even when a writer has no samples in your industry or area of interest, the writer’s style or command of the language may appeal to you, and you may still be a good fit. Below are some criteria that can help you evaluate samples:

  • Is the language clear and concise without unnecessary verbiage or overuse of cliches?

  • Does the writer seem to have command of the subject?

  • Can you easily determine the objective of the piece?

  • How does it stack up in meeting the objective?

  • Where appropriate, is there variety in sentence structure, choice of vocabulary, examples, etc., that make you want to read it?

  • Is the piece neat and carefully put together, e.g., correct grammar and spelling, consistency in style and formatting?

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