Let’s Hear Your Stories from Interviewing Donors, Volunteers and Clients

Conversation BubblesKristina and I were looking over our Google Analytics a couple of weeks ago, and noticed that one relatively old article on our site consistently gets a lot of traffic, month in and month out: Interview Questions to Help You Write Great Donor, Volunteer and Client Profiles for Your Newsletters.

So we thought we should update and expand that into a new free tip sheet for you.

To make it more than just a list of interviewing tips and questions, we’d love to hear some of your stories about interviewing donors, volunteers and clients so you could profile them in your newsletters, website or other communications.

  • What’s your most memorable interview and why?
  • What’s the strangest thing someone said to you?
  • How about the funniest?
  • What are your favorite interview questions?
  • Do you a remember a time when you thought you’d write about one particular angle in a person’s life and the story ended up going a completely different direction?

We’d love to hear answers to questions like these and any others you want to share with us.

You can leave a comment here, or on our Facebook age (stories here and interview questions here), or email me directly at kivi@ecoscribe.com.

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