Getting useful feedback
Better feedback = better final draft.
So what can you do to get good feedback?
Keep it specific
If you send out a draft with a vague request for “feedback,” you can get back a jumble of comments: from stylistic griping to big picture stuff. To get what you need, be specific: do you want comments on overall structure or on grammar?
Tap into others' strengths
Few people are good at spotting typos and commenting on big-picture stuff. Know the other person's strength when you ask for feedback.
If you are sending a revised draft back to the same reader, save them time by highlighting the parts that have changed. You can offer a summary of what is new or mark changes on the draft.
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