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Short Blog Post $57.50

Interviewing Telephone Salespeople

Many people can write a great resume and perform well in an interview, but how can you find out what you really need to know? My biggest problem with new employees was “call reluctance.” I have crafted one interview question that solved my problem.

Cherri M

Customer Ratings 3
$224 Earned

Short Blog Post $82.50

5 Interview Tips Recruiters Are on the Lookout For

Sample intro: Heading into a job interview today? Before you prepare your perfect pitch, find out what recruiters today are really looking for when they are hiring a new employee. Read on for five insider tips that could help you land your dream job today! Sample topics: enthusiasm, team players (using "we" over "I"), grit, etc.

Maria B

Maria B

Laval, Québec, Canada

Customer Ratings 35
$4.61K Earned
100% Job Acceptance
78% Followed Guidelines
89% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $65.00

5 Interview Mistakes That Make Candidates Decline Your Offer

Don't introduce them to your staff, assume they're desperate for a job, don't ask about their goals, don't thank them for their time, and complain about your firm's high turnover rate. The post would be based on my experience as an interviewee.

Cristina N

Cristina N

Veneto, Italy

Customer Ratings 2
$222 Earned

Short Blog Post $49.50

3 Interview Questions You Need to Ask (and 3 You Should Quit Asking)

This article will take a look at the traditional interview process and point out 3 old-fashioned and ineffective questions employers usually ask. Then, it will replace them with 3 better questions that get more from the candidate.

Sam P

Sam P

Dayton, Ohio, United States

Customer Ratings 129
$14.2K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
93% Followed Guidelines
82% Customer Happiness

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How To Interview a Programmer

I will describe the best ways to interview a computer programmer, including what questions to ask, from both a technical and non-technical perspective.

Colin C

Colin C

Palm Springs, California, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

Short Blog Post $49.50

Top 5 Unique Interview Questions to Ask Your Applicants

This article will go over some interview questions that aren't overused. It will also explain the importance of each questions, and some positive answers to look for from an applicant. Thanks for your consideration of this pitch!

Paul M

Paul M

Bellaire, Michigan, United States

Customer Ratings 1
$33 Earned

Short Blog Post $76.25

X Types of Interviewer You’ll Definitely Meet During Your Job Search

A fun article about the character types you face during a job interview, including The Strongman, the Gatekeeper, the Politician, etc., followed by humorous description and tip to deal with. Can be adjusted to address HR pros who conduct interviews.

Elizabeth T

Elizabeth T

Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States

Customer Ratings 486
$71.4K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
92% Followed Guidelines
94% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

3 Tips for Interviewing Teenagers

Use these tips to get the best performance from teenage candidates during interviews: avoid complex industry jargon, alter your questions to ask about education/extra-curricular activities as well as work experience, and ask about their ambitions.

Eloise B

Eloise B

United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 76
$6.02K Earned
95% Job Acceptance
79% Followed Guidelines
82% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $53.25

The Importance of Exit Interviews

This article will provide three reasons why exit interviews are important, and recommend best practices for what should be included. For example, an exit interview can be used an an opportunity to learn about salaries offered by competitors.

Krishan C

Krishan C

England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 55
$3.93K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
87% Followed Guidelines
80% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $71.02

Tips For Acing Your Interview

Interviews are stressful, complicated process. This post will break it down and provide tips to help people make a good impression and avoid common pitfalls during the interview process.

vishnu r

vishnu r

Los Angeles, California, United States

Customer Ratings 54
$4.79K Earned
96% Job Acceptance
70% Followed Guidelines
58% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

5 Tips for Practice Interviews That Can Help You Land Your Dream Job

Tips include picking the right practice interview partner, learning to accept and act on feedback, and identifying questions you have struggled to answer in past interviews.

Hannah W

Hannah W

Sheffield, England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 549
$107K Earned
96% Job Acceptance
79% Followed Guidelines
72% Customer Happiness

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Pros of Using Video Interviewing When You Recruit

More businesses are using video technology to interview candidates. Benefits include sleeker logistics, saving time and expanding the outreach of a company.

Kelly S

Kelly S

Ellensburg, Washington, United States

Customer Ratings 168
$24.9K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
87% Followed Guidelines
72% Customer Happiness

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3 Ways to Nail the Interview Stage

The post will outline three ways a candidate can charm, impress, and absolutely astound a prospective employer. Emphasis will be on 'going the extra mile', rather than the usual, recycled advice given about interviews.

Laura C

Laura C

London, England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 27
$2.06K Earned
98% Job Acceptance
100% Followed Guidelines
69% Customer Happiness

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How to Test Competence at Interviews

This article will focus on ways of testing competence at interview which cannot always be achieved by questions. It will include skills testing, role play scenarios and others.

Rachael R

Rachael R

Dorchester, England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 191
$20.5K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
80% Followed Guidelines
73% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $65.00

The Right Answers to X Common Interview Questions

: A friendly intro followed by a list of common interview questions. Each question will include an explanation of why interviewers ask it and tips for answering it well.

Elizabeth T

Elizabeth T

Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

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