The light shining above you is so bright and focused on your face that you can’t see more than a foot away from you in any direction.
The detectives lean in and slide photographs across the table.
They know you committed the crime.
At least, that’s how it feels in an interview sometimes. Like you’re being interrogated.
I hate doing interviews, but the truth is that when you’re writing the right content, sometimes you have to interview someone. Maybe it’s the focus of the page, or maybe it’s just a few questions.
Either way, make it easy.
I wrote some tips on how to conduct a great interview. Check them out here: http://bit.ly/28Y2QhZ
Have a great weekend, and I’ll see you next week!
–Garrett Mickley, GarrettMickley.com
P.S. Do you have any questions about writing creative content? Reply to this! Seriously. This isn’t email@example.com (that’s not even a real email address). It comes straight back to my inbox. I’ll get your questions.
P.P.S. Did you know you can read old newsletters at GarrettMickley.com/newsletter?
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