What is the number one factor to propel mystery shoppers to 5-star ratings and all of the top jobs? Writing A+ reports!
There are a number of factors that help you become a top-rated mystery shopper, but the one that will help you the most is submitting reports that require little or no rework or editing.
Join me for our first teleconference of the new year on Thursday, January 12th at 7:00PM EST. Listen as I talk with Kathy Blumenstock, writer and editor for the New York Times, Washington Post, Sports Illustrated, as well as other notable publications, in addition to investigative reporter for Entertainment Tonight and blogger at AnimalPlanet.com.
KB, the name she uses among friends, is also a consultant for Market Viewpoint and reviews your mystery shopping reports! She is spending the evening with us to give real, useful data about what it is you need to write or change in your writing in order to deliver top-notch reports each and every time you hit the “submit” button.
Learn from Kathy:
- Why spelling, grammar and punctuation matter!
- Where commas make a difference and why we all use too many of them
- Weaving details into the story of your experience
- Staying factual in your reporting
- How to write what our clients need to hear
- Which common phrases should not appear in your reports
Kathy’s experience writing for newspapers, magazines, and her current blogging on AnimalPlanet.com will provide you with the expert advice you need to improve the writing and content of your reports.
Spending this hour with Kathy and me could make all the difference in the quality of your reports, and the income they can produce in the new year. Register now and we look forward to spending Thursday night with you!