Q. What do you need to know about a project before you start writing?
A. Good writers should start by asking questions and doing research? Who will be viewing this project? How long will this project take?
Q. How do you decide what tone to use with a particular piece of writing?
A. Good writers should think about the audience they’re writing for and also what goal of the project is.
Q. How do you tell a credible source from a not-so-credible source?
A. Does the professional understand the difference drawing on legitimate, throughly vetted sources like The New York Times or peer-reviewed journals, compared with unverified sources such as personal blogs.
Q. How do you incorporate feedback and edits into your work?
A. While good content writers should be able to defend their choices, they should also be receptive to constructive feedback from their clients.
Q. How do you proofread a piece of work?
A. All writers make mistakes, but good writers should know how to catch them.