?At the end of your interview, there are a couple final questions you’ll often be asked:
Do you have any final thoughts?—Be prepared to have something to say: repeat your most important takeaway in a single sentence, or raise a point that wasn’t covered and explain where the answer can be found on your website or in your book. It should include a call to action, which might include the next point.
Where can people learn more about you or purchase your book?—Practice your reply before the interview so it sounds natural. Written notes help; it’s easy to get confused in the rush of the moment.
What’s the most unusual question you’ve been asked in an interview? How did you respond?
Are you feeling like your Facebook business page or other social media networks are stagnant?
Are you getting few likes, retweets, +1s, shares on your social media sites?
Would you like to get more interaction and engagement with readers, followers, fan?
You want to ask questions. Asking questions on social media that are fun and easy to answer will compel people to leave a comment, share, and like your posts. So what kinds of questions can your ask? Here are some ideas:
If you could visit anywhere where would you go?
What book are you currently reading?
What’s the best/worst gift you’ve ever received?
When have you been the most proud of yourself/someone else?
What is something you wish you were better at?
What is something you learned this week?
What is your favorite song?
If you could be any fictional character who would it be?
What is the craziest thing you’ve done?
You might even learn something about them that could help you tailor your services toward their needs.
Give it a try and let me know how it goes. Let me ask you, what is your favorite song? Ask me a question and I’ll post my reply.
Question: I am working full-time and trying to get clients for my business. The hardest part is marketing and writing a blog.I’ve started a blog but what topics can I write about? What about marketing?
It’s got to be tough working full-time while trying to start a business. On the other hand, that gives you an income you can count on while you work on building your business.
Since you have such a busy schedule, it’s important to make an appointment with yourself to make time to work on your business, write blog posts and market. Then keep your appointment as though you were meeting with a new client!