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Good Writing Skills for Mystery Shoppers

Being a mystery shopper sounds fairly simple. You shop, you see, you write up a report. To bring value as a mystery shopper, however, you must have a multitude of skills. The top 5 would be: Scheduling Prioritizing Time-management Observation … Continue reading

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Don’t “Twitter” Away the Validity of Your Mystery Shop

Your mystery shop does make a difference. A difference in the work life of the employees you evaluate and the entire corporation. Continue reading

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Writing Your Way to A+ Ratings in Mystery Shopping

Observational skills and writing skills are key to being recognized as a good shopper. The reports you submit reflect your ability to be an A+ rated shopper. Continue reading

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How to Write a Mystery Shop Report

Writing about your mystery shopping experience may not be the favorite part of your assignment, but it is the part that will get you paid! Continue reading

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Top Rated Mystery Shoppers Do These 5 Things (ALWAYS!) Before Submitting a Report

If you want to be a top rated shopper, you must ALWAYS do these 5 things before submitting your report. Continue reading

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Writing Mystery Shopping Reports for Grandma!

Mystery shopping reports allow the client to see the customer experience through your words. Make sure you describe your experience as you would if you were writing a ,mystery shopping report for Grandma. Continue reading

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5 Ways to Write Good Reports (that have little to do with writing)

You’ve traveled far and wide today to conduct several mystery shops. After hours of observation, driving, wolfing down a fast food meal that doesn’t fit in with your summer swim suit plans, and purchasing a $5 trinket that you had … Continue reading

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