Example of Expose WritingIn this article I would like to talk about an example of expose writing. The following is not a piece of advice to some writer trying to make it big in Hollywood, and it isn't a write up about how to write movies for the internet. This is simply an illustration of a simple and effective piece of information. There are many articles on this topic, but there is one I would like to go over because it is very relevant to what we as writers do today.
An expose is basically an interview. If you were ever to see an interview, you might get an outline of some sort or the interviewee might ask questions and then sit back while their interviewer goes through and answers them. Of course there are no actual question, but the question is usually posed in advance so that the interviewer can get some type of desired response out of the interviewee.
Now I am sure that most of you have heard of an interview like this, but you might not really know what it is, and what it is for. Let me give you a basic idea.
Generally the purpose of an information exchange is to provide some information that can be used to make a better product. It can also be used to influence people to buy something, or to change their opinions about something. It has no intrinsic value of its own, but it is still valuable for whatever purpose it was created for.
While there are many different types of information exchanges, the basic idea is the same in all of them. Of course there is plenty of value to each of these information exchanges, but in an informational exchange there is usually a few different aspects to think about.
First of all the most important aspect of an information exchange is the reputation of the person that is exchanging information with you. If they are being asked for their opinion, this should be their reputation.
When you isolate information from a person, you are gaining some form of reliability from that person. Most of the time this reliability comes from information that comes from them, but not always.