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I'm going to be doing an interview series talking to some of the leading content creators in the industry. What questions would you ask?
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    You could start with: "How come you consented to this interview with someone who doesn't have a clue what to ask you?"

    Seriously, this is just rephrasing your recent thread: https://www.warriorforum.com/copywri...d-you-ask.html

    There's no need to shortcut the process when this copywriting section is already chock-full of questions you could use. But more important, what do you want to know?

    Asking someone else's question is all very well until you have to provide some background or context - or respond with a pertinent supplementary question.
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  • Profile picture of the author myob
    Ask your subscribers that question.

    You perhaps could do a live Zoom or Facebook interview, and invite your audience to ask their questions directly.

    A strong introduction from you is essential to build up your guests' credentials.
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  • Problem I got here is the frickin' YOONIVERSE exists between where you at & whatchoo wanna.

    ~ an' I speak here from the purely linguistically enhanced Nirvana inhabited by PERSONS YOU GOTTA LISSIN TO RN ELSE MLEH ~

    "I am going to be doing" submerges your ass so deep in passive voice noplace you prolly could ascend to deep throat levels without recourse to filth.

    So .. what is the dream here?

    To take this UNBELIEVABLY DISTANCED intention ... an' go use it to bust forth from outta the SWAMP into ETERNAL GLORY OF MAX MWAH MWAH MWAH CONSEQUENCE bcs them content creators figured your questions so fulla verve they gotta bend ovah all reflex an' SQUIRT BEANS STEADA JUS' SPILLIN' THE FKRS?

    DID YOU RESPOND TO THIS POST PURELY BECAUSE IT SAID "COPYWRITING", O PRINCESS?

    Yeah, an' now I can walk away without fear of concussion, mebbe sum othah stoopid goons can benefit from what I said.


    Which movies nowan watched ran with

    I 'M GOING TO BE DOING

    less'n we talkin' the Han Solo knittin' his own costoom from outta his mom's panties years?










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  • Profile picture of the author Carlo Sala
    I would just ask one simple question: Clickbait is not fun anymore, stop hurting my emotions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edward Jones
    I don't know specifically what sector it is, but first I would give a good study in the sector of these creators. After that I would make an avatar of those who will be watching your interviews. What would this avatar like to know? What are your main doubts? Then I would create the questions.

    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author SARubin
    I have a question for you, Kamerongroup...

    What's your purpose for the questions you're asking here? (this question and the last thread you started, about the elevator)

    Are you trying to start your own interview podcast?

    Or are you just looking for some copywriting tips, to improve your own writing?


    If it's the first reason, maybe you can start by checking out how other successful people do it.

    Joe Polish has interviewed some brilliant marketers over on his genius network

    geniusnetwork.com/podcast/


    And these two, Kira and Rob, over at the copywriters club have interviewed some big name copywriters like Ray Edwards, Rich Armstrong, and Clayton Makepeace.

    thecopywriterclub.com/podcast/


    Go listen to either of these podcasts, and they should give you some good ideas about how to format your own questions, and what types of questions you can ask busy copywriters who are willing to give you their time to be interviewed by you.


    On the other hand, if you're asking for the second reason...
    Then I'd say you're spinning your wheels by asking these questions here.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kamerongroup
      An interview series to be exact. And thanks for the constructive feedback.
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