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How about a review of a movie you really like and really want to get others
to see? Or a brochure for the car you want to sell, or the building you
live in. There are examples in front of you absolutely everywhere.
> Anon wrote:
> > I've been asked to provide marketing communication writing samples. The
> > company who have asked for them know I have never written marcom
> > professionally, but want to see samples that will indicate that I can do
> > more than "just" standard technical writing (they want an all-rounder).
> > Besides the usual portfolio, I have fiction, poetry, reviews,
> recipes, and
> > tourist recs/advice to show them - or I could try writing a sample
> > specially for them.
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