Article Provides Tips on Conducting Successful Interviews for Stories

Includes Tips on Preparation and Questioning; Available for Immediate Viewing at

Stamford, CT, November 20, 2008 --( Bloggers, journalists and other writers often need to interview experts for their stories. Access Consulting (, a copywriting firm that serves national and international corporations, today released an article that offers tips on conducting great interviews.

The article, titled "15 Tips on Interviewing an Expert for a Story," can be accessed at A PDF version of the article is available for download at the same page.

"A good interview lifts a story out of the ordinary," said Arun Sinha, president of Access Consulting. "But to be effective, the interview needs to be well planned and executed. There's more to it than simply sitting down and asking questions."

The article presents 15 tips on specific behaviors that result in productive interviews. One tip, for example, advises keeping questions short. Another reminds the interviewer to transcribe notes as soon as possible after the interview.

As writer and president of his company, Sinha has been interviewing corporate executives and subject-matter experts for years. "This article distills the best practices I have learned over the years. Using them has brought me excellent results," he said.

Sinha's interviewing advice can benefit writers who are creating pieces such as stories, newsletter articles, corporate profiles, white papers, management biographies, research reports, case studies and speeches.

Only about 500 words long, the article is concise yet thorough. To view and download it, visit

About Access Consulting:
Access Consulting is a corporate communications, marketing communications and technical writing firm based in Stamford, Connecticut, USA. The company provides writing, editing and design services to consumer and business-to-business clients in a variety of industries. Sign up for Access Consulting's One-Minute Communication Tip at Once a month, you'll receive an actionable idea or technique on an aspect of business communications, distilled into about 150 words.

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