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8 Tips on Getting Great Feedback on Your Latest Draft

by Dan Knopoff on 04/20/10

Writing can be an individual sport until you need feedback on what you've written and then it can be become the ultimate team event; these 8 tips can help you get great feedback on your latest draft.

  1. Know what you want from your reviewer
  2. Communicate your expectations
  3. Set the ground rules
  4. Know how your reviewer prefers to work
  5. Give people the back-story
  6. Remember your deadline
  7. Respect your reviewer's time
  8. Use their feedback or tell them why you aren't

For more information, download the pdf 8 Tips on Getting Great Feedback on Your Latest Draft with the details.

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