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  • Amanda Thomas

    Extremely helpful and really informative! Great suggestions of questions thoughtfully separated into groups according to the type of answers expected! Good job and thanks for the share.

  • http://www.fernandobiz.com/ FERNANDO

    Great detailed post Velly. Very long though for a quick read. The points you have given are really helpful and all who wish start interviewing entrepreneurs should have good read of this post and take notes. Thanks for the share.

  • Velly Angelova

    Thanks for the nice words, Ti! Greatly appreciated!

  • Velly Angelova

    Thanks, Mike! It’s always nice to see that your articles are helpful and worthy to the audience!

  • Velly Angelova

    Thanks, Oluwaseun! Glad you liked it!

  • Velly Angelova

    Fully agreed! Thanks for the value added comments on the article which make it even more worthy!

  • Velly Angelova

    Fully agreed! Thanks for the value adding comments on the article which makes it even more worthy!

  • http://www.sbabzy.com/ Oluwaseun Babajide

    These are help points/questions. I love the tips on Some tips on making the interview worthy and viral. This is just too good for everyone!

  • http://billionsuccess.com/ Herby Fabius

    Hi Ti, I agree with you the “What if Questions” are specially design to get unique answers and also provide a unique experience to the reader. I am really glad you stopped by thanks.

  • tiroberts

    Great post, Herby. My favorite question are “what if” questions. I like to some up with scenarios and have the entrepreneur get their very best answer for a particular situation. It’s a great way to pull even more value from the interview. Thanks for sharing your insights and tips with us.

    Ti

  • http://billionsuccess.com/ Herby Fabius

    Hi Mary, I agree with you the Critical Thinking questions will bring more value to the readers.

  • http://billionsuccess.com/ Herby Fabius

    Hi Steve, we appreciate the feedback. Thanks

  • Steve Charles

    Great post, Velly! Brings a ot of added value to the reader! Thanks for sharing

  • http://billionsuccess.com/ Herby Fabius

    I agree Mike, thanks for passing by

  • Velly Angelova

    Thank you all for the positive feedback!

    Value adding and critical thinking questions are a good way to influence the audience and provide quality content that worths reading! Never underestimate the fact that engagement of the readers is your best “asset” when running a blog…

  • http://www.myjobsit.com/ Mike Kawula

    Love “what if” and “value add” questions. At the end of the day it needs to add value to the reader.

    Really great post!

  • Lina Craig

    Solid points and very helpful questions! Good one!