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How to make the most of every interview opportunity

How to make the most of every interview opportunity

Asking questions is easy. Asking the right questions is hard. 

When you get the opportunity to interview other people, you get to step into their world for a moment in time. The goal is to see the world through their eyes, so you can share their perspective with other people.

If this is something you're interested in doing but don't feel like you're very good at, here are some tips I've picked up after more than a decade of interviewing people in chase of the story.

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5 things case studies can do better than your sales team

5 things case studies can do better than your sales team

I’m not anti-sales. I’ve been on both sides of the table—marketing and sales. 

I understand the pressures both positions come with, and I believe both must work together if a company is going to consistently grow revenue—the lifeblood of any business. That being said, there are some unique characteristics that case studies can bring to the sales process.

These characteristics can help salespeople overcome an often jaded and defensive target. 

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4 sacred rules for writing case studies

4 sacred rules for writing case studies

Case studies are powerful tools that help others say things about you that you may not necessarily be able to say about your self.

An unexpected benefit of a case study is you get a great excuse to connect with some of your biggest champions and give them a chance to share their enthusiasm for you and your product or service with others in a powerful way.

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