Writing an interview gets your channel in front of new fans, content creators and brand representatives that are our readers. This will generate a boost in traffic and subscribers to your content. Well written, insightful interviews are frequently re-shared on Reddit, Twitter and Facebook – sending you more traffic.
You may also be motivated to do an interview to help fellow creators like yourself succeed. Teaching someone is a very rewarding experience. This will trigger other creators to share and create a culture of collaborative learning.
You are eligible if you can answer ‘yes’ to the following questions:
Please note that our eligibility requirements will change as our site grows.
Focus on the “how” rather than the “what”. Readers are more interested to learn how you gained a million subscribers than the fact that you reached a million subscribers. Explain the processes, tools, data, resources, peoples and/or decision-making logic you used in the “how”. Also, remember to include some images in the write-up. It improves readability.
Oh! Sorry for interrupting… make sure to (triple) proofread your interview.
Absolutely. Add or modify the questions as you see fit. Skip questions that you do not feel comfortable answering.
It is entirely up to you. However, we do prefer long-form articles. A ball-park range is between 1000-2000 words.
It has taken interviewees 1-2 weeks to finish their write-up. If you need more time, that’s ok! Just update us with an email.
Google Doc is preferred. Microsoft Word or Apple Pages are fine too.
Yes! Let’s take a 1-hour session on Skype/Google Hangout (with or without video). I will send your interview questions to you a few days prior to the interview.
Email me. I will respond within 24 hours.