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Mar 07, 2012


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Great tips here, Debra. I prefer Email interviews because they're more convenient and more practical. You only need to receive the info once, it's easy to "interpret" and there is no need to decipher "scribblings". :-)

Thanks for sharing this.

Debra Stang

Hi Jennifer,

I hear you about the ease of email interviews. The only reason I like phone interviews better is because the interviewee ad libs a little and you come up with quotes or information that you might not have gotten otherwise.


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