❓ Generating Questions for Your Podcast Interview

Written by ilia β€’ Updated over a week ago β€’ 2 min read

Generating Questions for Your Podcast Interview

 Complete the following fields:

  • List 10 questions to ask [type of person* during a podcast on [topic].
  • Provide 10 compelling and engaging podcast titles on [topic] for [audience].
  • Write an outline for a podcast script on [topic] and include [relevant topics].
  • What would [audience] like to know about [guest]?
  • Brainstorm 20 questions you might ask a prominent figure in the world of [industry] about [topic].

Indications Open questions:

  • β€œCan you analyze customer feedback and reviews to identify the most frequently asked questions?”
  • β€œHow can I structure the FAQ text so it’s easy for customers to read and navigate?”
  • β€œCan you suggest an introduction that sets the tone for the FAQ and provides context for the Q&A?”
  • β€œHow can I write clear and concise answers to the most common customer questions?”
  • β€œWhat are some strategies for anticipating and answering questions that customers may not know what to do?”
  • β€œHow can I use formatting (such as headings, bullets, and bold text) to make the FAQ section easier to scan and visually appealing?”
  • β€œCan you suggest ways to incorporate branding and personality into the FAQ so that it feels more cohesive with the rest of my website or product?”
  • β€œHow can I make sure the answers in the FAQ are accurate and up to date?”
  • β€œCan you provide examples of well-written FAQs from other companies or websites?”
  • β€œWhat are the best practices for testing and optimizing the FAQ section to make it as useful as possible for customers?”



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