Want to make sure you get the best customer interviews? Listen as copywriting expert. expert, Hannah Shamji, shares her insider secrets to getting rich, meaningful voice-of-customer data from every customer interview you run.
Hannah Shamji is a counselor turned copywriter and qualitative researcher. As head of research at Copy Hackers Agency, she helps tech companies drive growth on the backbone of a deeper understanding of their customers. She also teaches copywriters and marketers the A to Z of conversion research. From how to get research by and through to eliciting meaningful voice-of-customer data in a customer interview.
In this week’s Book Marketing Mentors powerful podcast episode “How to Make Sure You Get the Best Customer Interviews” you will discover …
- How to interview customers and prospects to find out what they really want versus what you think they need
- When is the right or wrong time to do these interviews
- How to avoid “bad” interviews, awkward moments or second-guessing your interview skills
- How to phrase and position your interview conversation so people don’t think you’re going to get them on the phone to sell them something
- Whether there are specific right and wrong answers to your interview questions.
- Specific conversation question starters you can use to put your interviewee at ease
- Simple ride or die mistakes to avoid
- And a whole lot more…
This episode features practical tools and techniques to help listeners who want to market a book. It provides invaluable and powerful information listeners will want to know to supercharge a book marketing strategy.
Listen to this week’s interview and discover how to get you and your book noticed and your voice heard in a crowded marketplace.
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