[vc_column width=”2/3″] Thanks for taking the time to consider this interview.   As you know, the world is full of websites that display glowing descriptions about all businesses.  But these slick description rarely distinguish one organization from another.  This interview is designed to elicit responses that help you find your unique spot in the marketplace.

You also know that business is about relationships.  You have the opportunity to establish those relationships earlier, by sharing something about your organization via your website.  Think of these topics as conversation starters that shortcut some of the small talk early in a business relationship.   By taking this interview seriously, you will give those clients a chance to find your firm as the perfect match for their needs.

For anyone using this tool, feel free to use this activity more as a brainstorming tool, rather than a letter to the editor.  As in, relax and tell us some stories you might share at a dinner party amongst friends.

If you are one of our clients and we have asked you to start this, the information and stories you provide here will be compiled, considered, and edited for publication on your new website.

Even though this is called an interview, please know we are not journalists looking for holes in your story, we are here to tease out what makes your organization special amongst all of the choices on the web.

Our job is to make sure you are represented in the best possible light.  We can do a better job for you with more material.

Many Thanks,

Alpine Internet Staff [/col][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_cta_button call_text=”My Organization History” title=”Run the Interview” target=”_self” color=”btn-primary” icon=”none” size=”btn-large” position=”cta_align_bottom” href=”/tools/interviews/organizational-history-interview/”] Tip:

Depending on your process, this interview may take one hour or five, so it will help to dedicate some time to strategize.

One effective strategy might be to click through the 5 interview pages and read these questions toward the end of a work day.  Then, think about your answers through the evening.  Getting up early one morning to quickly write your answers.

You are also welcome to save your answers with an email and password, then return later to finish. [/col]