Building your portfolio project by project

Once you start to get work, you can always ask your clients if they will allow you to display the work in your portfolio or use is it as a sample of your writing. Some clients don’t mind, while others might not want you to do this. If you have to sign a NDA, non-disclosure agreement, don’t even ask. Sometimes, you can omit the client’s information from the document, and replace it with “Company Name” or, http://www.companywebsite.com so the quality of your work can be displayed without revealing your connection to the client.

Use your judgment. If the client has hired you as a ghostwriter, chances are they don’t want you to show anyone the work you do for them. When in doubt, just ask.

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