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It sounds to me that the client is merely unfamiliar with how to express their desires in a form you can ingest and use. They don't understand how to write a brief that you will find useful. To this end, you may not need to share an actual client brief with them. Simply sending an outline of the items you need to be aware of may be sufficient. A bulleted ...


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I would say this is more a battle with your own conscience than anything else. As a programmer, I can easily share some samples of my work, but it’s much different for a copywriter. However legally, if you didn’t sign a non-disclosure with your customer you’re free to share with your client. Best of luck!


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I've been a remote freelancer for twenty years now and it enabled me to travel the world. Personally, I'm a web/software developer and technical writer. Other opportunities for 100% remote work would be graphic design, web design, blogging, and to a lesser extent server/network administration. Of course, there is also data entry, but you'll have a hard time ...


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