Posted By Jacob Jans, Editor

Writers Wanted!

We are currently seeking profiles from successful mystery shoppers. If you would like to share how you earn over $1,000 a month as a mystery shopper, then please send us an email. We will pay you $30 to write an article that gives tips and advice to other shoppers, as well as shares a bit about how you do it. Contact Jacob Jans at: jacob@mysteryshoppermagazine.com

 

Your Comments:

  1. Pushkar says:

    I am interested and I would love to write several articles wherein anyone can easily get to know about different customers and parameters.

  2. Pushkar Brahme says:

    I am interested and I would love to write several articles wherein anyone can easily get to know about different customers and parameters.

  3. Michelle Land says:

    I love writing and believe I would have great insights into Mystery Shopping which I have done for over 20 years.

  4. James Yelton says:

    I love to write and have had some of my short stories published. Count me in!

  5. Sonja Seban says:

    I am interested in writing for Mystery Shopping Magazine. I love mystery, especially getting paid a dollar or two to be involved in mystery shopping. My “handle” is the READY WRITER because I am always ready to write. My tagline is “Got something on your mind or in your heart and need a little help expressing yourself? Let the Ready Writer help you to WRITE IT RIGHT AND SAY IT RIGHT.”

  6. Samer ElKordy says:

    A good day for everyone,
    I am an old mystery shopper, an old sales manager specialized in enterprise sales.
    Now I am the market research and evaluation manager at a new company specialized in mystery shopping.
    We r building the company from the beginning.
    Started with having the MSPA certificate, passing by using the most famous and effective mystery shopping operation management systems.
    Also recruiting experienced mystery shoppers to carry out operations, and train new shoppers to join the labor market as needed.
    I can talk about my experience, the planning stage, the difficulties I encountered and how I dealt with it, the suggestions and what was implemented and what couldn’t be implemented “while retaining secrets and names”.
    And also open discussions on comments to spread the benefits.

  7. George Waring says:

    I would love to submit an article and see how it goes. I have been mystery shopping for over 20 years.

  8. Raymond Guy says:

    I am very interested in writing articles for your magazine with a wide experience in mystery shopping and a back ground in invigilation and evaluation of Cana date examinations which would provide the necessary qualifications and requirements to enable me to be an excellent writer for your magazine. Please advise me with full details of your type of articles required to be published.

  9. Flora Godsey says:

    I would love to have an opportunity to share my experience and insights on Mystery Shopping through your magazine. It has been challenging and rewarding for me to dig deep into places I do business regularly even when I am not doing evaluations.

  10. Tamera jones says:

    Love to hewr more about this opportunity! Blessings

  11. Rick Grossman says:

    I could be wrong, but I suspect those who responded here publically instead of using the email address given, did not proofread their reply or asked Mr. Jay to address particular questions before he has even gathered an initial list, won’t be top candidates.

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