The reality is that people are busy. They don’t want to take the time to answer screener questions which can sometimes feel like an invasion of privacy or worst they can sound like a scam.
But it is possible to write a screener that is effortless and maybe even intriguing.
Following these skills, you can develop a screener to find qualified, articulate participants.
- Prioritize screener questions so you’re eliminating unqualified people as quickly as possible.
- Break down recruiting requirements into simple questions.
- When asking multiple choice questions, always include a range of realistic options that terminate the recruit.
In the video above, we will show you the most important skills for writing a screener so you can recruit your ideal audience as quickly as possible.
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