Lately, I noticed the eagerness of new writers wanting to give out free writing just for a mere review, this is not just a wrong approach but also self-exploiting. Avoid this at all cost: People will take advantage of you, take your contents, time and you probably never going to hear from them ever again, not even a simple testimonial will be returned. What real clients will be after is good English command and the writing style they desire. Here is my humble advice: 1. Create a website for your writing and have samples on it, if possible include your EZA author account. 2. Another strategy is to have a niche site that may not necessarily be for writing, but just to showcase your piece. The trick with this niche site is, you will be updating your content frequently and directing clients to your site while building your business at the same time. 3. Make sure you always collect deposit or upfront. Sit on your hands until you do. I have seen many writers who have got their hands burnt several times by trusting clients too much. My little adage: There is no writer anywhere; the only writer is the one that goes back to his piece a second time.