The Beginner’s Guide to Expert Roundup Posts & Group Interviews



If you’re in the online marketing space, you’ve no doubt seen a hundred “expert roundups” or as I like to call them “group interviews.” You might have participated in a few. You may even be extremely sick of them and you may not want to participate in them or create them anymore.

Regardless of your opinion of them, though, the reality is this: if your objective is to get shares and traffic for your content, they tend to work quite well. We use them on this site. Popular blogs in the marketing niche still do as well.

And in other niches outside of online marketing, the tactic is frequently more seldom used and even more effective. The benefits are fairly straight forward: this post style allows you to get a number of smart folks to contribute content for you. They get exposure through your post, and you get a post chock full of different perspectives on a relevant topic to your audience that has built-in distribution.

If you’re not leveraging it, it’s something you may want to consider adding to your content arsenal. There are already a number of great guides to create your own with some excellent tips and tricks:

We execute a number of these kinds of posts for our own publishing properties and on behalf of clients, and have our own methodology we thought was worth sharing. As with “best of lists,” this post type isn’t always a home run. Frequently these assets will drive hundreds of shares for a domain that’s never had more than a handful for their content. They can generate into the thousands of passive unique visitors each month through search traffic.

And they can be time-consuming to create and promote, and fall relatively flat.

This is why we encourage folks to take more of a portfolio approach to content efforts: evaluate your content production and promotion based on your aggregate inputs and aggregate results. Understand that not all content succeeds, analyze results, and iterate over time.

You should do that with group interviews / expert roundups as well, but you can’t start evaluating until you get started testing the tactic. In this post you’ll learn how to walk through the ideation process to come up with a huge list of great group interview topics so that you can produce engaging expert roundups on a regular basis, how to contact possible participants, and how to promote the content once your posts are live.

Let’s dig into the process.

Step 1: Expert Roundup Topic Ideation

For the most part great topics for expert roundups are pretty similar to great topics for any content: I’m looking for ideas that are helpful to potential prospects. Things they’ll search for, problems they have that I can help solve, etc.

And as with general content ideation, there are a lot of different ways I can come up with great group interview topics.

1) Answer My Own Questions

If I have domain expertise, I can come up with some great ideas for group interviews by thinking about the things that I have problems with. For instance let’s say I’m a content marketer launching a product for other content marketers. Any time I encounter a problem and start to:

  • Consider Emailing a colleague to get advice
  • Posting on a forum for those folks’ two cents
  • Dropping a quick query into Google

About something related to my business, that’s probably a great topic to “crowd source” via group interview and get a piece of content around, because if I have the question or problem other content marketers probably do too. Some examples of things I’m always curious about and/or struggling with that I could (and might) turn into group interviews might be:

  • The best ways to get great survey data on a topic when you don’t have a list or existing proprietary data
  • Quick hacks for getting great images and visuals on a specific topic (how to find the perfect blog images)
  • Tips for running contests if you don’t have an established audience or brand (or if you should even bother)

Those could all be awesome topics to get input from a bunch of experts on, and are probably things that other folks would like to get some additional viewpoints on as well.

Similarly, even if I were totally new to content marketing, those questions could be interesting as well if my audience is beginners. In fact, if my audience is mainly beginners, I might be better off polling someone brand new to field and asking them what they struggle with or what they think they would have the hardest time doing if I asked them to go and start work creating and promoting content for a site today (again: it depends on my audience!). Finding folks inside an industry to talk to and ask about the things they struggle with (whether that’s a client, someone you’re connected with on LinkedIn, someone you hire for a consultation – whatever) is always a great way to start to brainstorm content ideas.

Grab someone with very limited or no experience on a topic (your friends, a junior resource in your company, etc.) and explain a fairly complex topic related to your business to them. Encourage them to stop you every time they have any kind of question. Write the questions down – these could all be great expert roundup questions!

2) Look at Tool Lists

Once I’ve recorded a lot of my own questions and the questions and problems that actual prospects and/or or folks who are very similar to my prospects would have, another way I’ll find ideas for great group interview topics is to look at lists of tools within my niche. Looking at categories of tools and software can be a great way to unearth topics for group interviews, because software is (frequently) developed in response to a problem. I can start hunting here with my old pal Google (NOTE: ads in the screenshot below have been removed to make things fit more nicely and because I think G is squeaking by OK without any additional free distribution for their sponsors):

A screenshot of the search results for content marketing tools.

I’ll click on WordStream’s list of tools to start since I used to work there, and as soon as I do I immediately find a few subcategories of tools:

A screenshot of how you can use subcategories from tool posts for topic ideas.

Each of these subcategories could represent an interesting group interview question (or a few) – for instance:

  • What’s your favorite content curation tool?
  • What’s the biggest mistake marketers make when curating content?
  • What’s your favorite content curation hack?

And similar (I’ll walk through some common formulas for questions in a few paragraphs, but many of the formulas I’m listing and would come up with would work with a lot of these topic areas).

Drilling into the specific tools lets me uncover even more interesting topic areas – I want to really look through a lot of the tools listed here and in other lists and look closely at their title tags and benefit statements:

An example of using software messaging to get content topic ideas.

Buzzsumo was on WordStream’s list. I love BuzzSumo and use it a lot, but I don’t often spend much time thinking about how they’d categorize themselves or describe the problem they’re solving. When I look at their home page I see lots of topics that are probably things content marketers find interesting and in some cases struggle with. Their title tag reads:

Find the Most Shared Content & Key Influencers

And the headline highlighted above is similar. So based on Buzzsumo’s popularity (and my own need for it) it’s a pretty good bet that content marketers might want to hear from other content marketers about:

  • How to come up with viral, sharable content topics?
  • How to identify key influencers in a niche quickly?

And others like these. I can drill into lots of other specific tools to find great group interview topics.

Similarly, looking at a list of features for a specific product can also serve as a good means of identifying more topics – for example if they feature a content calendar, content collaboration features, etc. each of those is likely a pain point you can turn into a useful question.

3) Look at Categories on Blogs

Similar to tool categories, you can find some categories that you can spin into lots of great group interview questions by looking at the categorization on popular blogs in a niche:

An image example of using categories to get topic ideas.

Problogger has a great footer that includes a list of categories – again as with the tool categories, lots of these could be interesting interview topics:

  • What’s the Number 1 Mistake Blogger’s Make with Blog Design?
  • What’s Your Number 1 Tip for Conducting Great Podcast Interviews?

4) Look at Most Popular Posts on Popular Blogs

Similarly, looking at the most popular articles on blogs in your niche can give you a great idea of what readers of these blogs (likely your prospects) are most likely to be sharing and reading:

Using popular posts to get content ideas for expert roundups.

Now I know the Problogger audience is interested in topics like making money blogging, growing community, Amazon’s affiliate program (and others, presumably), and starting their first blog. Assuming I know or am at least really confident my audience has a lot of overlap with Problogger’s, that’s another batch of potentially interesting topics to get a variety of expert opinions on.

5) Look at Agendas for Conferences

The people who organize conferences spend a lot of time thinking about what the folks who attend will want to see, and what they’re thinking about. If there’s a lot of overlap between conference goers at a specific event and your prospects, the agenda for that conference is probably chock full of topics that would be great group interview subjects:

A screenshot example of using conference agendas for expert round up ideation and looking for possible interviewees.

Above are some of the breakout sessions from Content Marketing World’s conference agenda (listed on their site). Topics like B2B content marketing strategy, video strategy on a budget, content audits, etc. could all be great group interview topics (again: I’ll really need to know which end of the market and who specifically my prospect is to best understand which of these would be better or worse – the folks who might be interested in a B2B content marketing strategy might be quite different than the folks who were interested in affiliate programs we found in the popular posts method above – I’ll really only know which topic is best for me to create a group interview around by knowing my audience and what their problems are).

6) Use Your Core Keywords to Get Ideas

The keywords I want to target via SEO can also make for great interview topics (and have the added bonus of potentially sending you some really specific, valuable, and continuous SEO traffic once you have the group interview live).

If I’m hoping to rank well for “content marketing software” my salesy product page isn’t likely to rank well, but a strong group interview question with a lot of great responses could rank well for that term, so I’ll consider wrapping up some of my core keywords in a solid group interview question formula (again a bit more on formulas below) – the good news here is that most of the questions I’d ask will probably be really relevant for my prospects (if you’re interested in tips for buying content marketing software, mistakes people make leveraging content marketing software, or similar, you’re probably at least potentially in the market for the stuff).

7) Identify Some Good Group Interview Formulas

As I think about different group interview topics, I’ll want to be aware of some good “formulas” for creating good group interview questions.

I want to make sure to:

  • Avoid any questions that are too easily answered with a yes or no
  • Have something sufficiently broad that there isn’t a single repeatable answer
  • Avoid anything where the range of answers would be really limited (seeing variations on the same basic answer or two isn’t particularly helpful or interesting)

Having worked on a bunch of these, here are a few good basic formulas I can apply to lots of different topics (with the formula, a sample question I could apply to my fictitious content marketing software company, and real example from a post “in the wild”):

Biggest Mistake(s)

Best Tips / Hacks

Favorite Tools

  • General Formula: “What’s your {Favorite / Most Used} tool for {Concept or Process}”
  • Sample Question: What is the single most valuable content curation tool you’ve discovered?
  • Real Example:

You can also learn more about how well that link building tools post did in Brian Dean’s post on Richard’s process and results, and as I mentioned earlier you can check out Richard’s great in-depth guide on expert roundups for free on his site as well.

Successful Examples / Success Stories

Most Creative

Top Traits of the Highly Successful

Obviously there are a ton of question permutations that could work well – if you have a favorite formula and/or some examples of group interviews that did great or that you loved drop a note in the comments (we’ll promote any that make sense to the main post here).

Finding the Interview Prospects

Once I have a great question researched and lined up, I need to go out and track down interview prospects. What I’m looking for here are obviously smart folks, and of course I want to identify thought leaders who have distribution and a familiar name so that anyone nice enough to promote their participation in my post will help amplify the content’s reach, and also help lend credibility to the document.

I may think I have a pretty good handle on the top influencers in my niche, but ideally I want to identify something in the range of 100+ group interview targets, because as with everything not everyone I include will respond.

There are a lot of different ways to track down great group interview candidates.

  • Other Group Interviews – With some simple Googling around terms frequentl used in group interviews (like experts {your topic}) in many niches I can find existing group interviews. As soon as I find an existing group interview I immediately have a list of folks who are related to my subject, and I already know are willing to participate in group interviews.
  • Top Blog Lists – Popular blogs are home to popular bloggers, so finding a list of the most popular blogs in my niche (which I can find by simply searching for “best {topic} blogs” or looking someplace like Alltop) gives me another batch of great targets.
  • Power Users on Niche Social Sites – If my niche has a popular social site or Subreddit or similar, power users there are likely interesting targets and obviously have a certain amount of influence (for the group interviews I’m setting up for my hypothetical content marketing software company, looking at the top members on Inbound could be a good start).
  • Contributors on Major Multi-Author Sites – As I look for popular blogs, a great find is always a really popular, relevant, multi-author site. The folks contributing content these places are frequently experts looking for exposure and willing to share their thoughts. For example any of the folks who have contributed to Content Marketing Institute recently would potentially be great candidates to include in a group interview on a content marketing topic.
  • Conference Speakers – Similarly I could revisit Content Marketing World’s site, but this time look at the list of speakers there. Again the fact that they’re presenting at a well-respected conference likely means that they have expertise in my subject area, they’re willing to share ideas with folks, and they’re looking for exposure.
  • Get Some “Inbound” Interest – If my site meets the requirements for the various platforms, an additional way to get expert opinions on my topic is to post an inquiry as a publisher for contributions on sites like HARO, Source Bottle, or ProfNet.

Finally, just an additional note on determining who to include in group interviews: in general unless a respondent really sends something back that’s totally useless and/or inaccurate, my approach is to be really inclusive and assume “the more the merrier” as the more folks who are included, the more likely they are to help me promote – if I run into issues with or am concerned about quality control, I can always be careful and specific with who I invite to participate.

Reaching Out to Possible Contributors

Now I have a nice big list of potential contributors and an awesome question – next I need some responses. I’m going to start to reach out to folks on my list and ask them for a contribution. When I do I’ll generally use a really simple Email template. There’s a couple flavors I can try:

Short & To the Point

Hi X,

My name is Tom Demers, I’m the founder of Awesome Content Marketing Software, a content marketing software company. We’re asking content marketing experts like yourself to offer their take on a quick question:

{Question Here}

If you have a moment I’d love to have you contribute – we’ll be doing a lot of promotion around the post and obviously you’re welcome to link to and promote whatever you like in your bio along with your answer.

Thanks for considering!


Qualify Some & Ask for All of the Information Up Front

Generally I find shorter notes lead to better responses, but I can also consider or test adding in pieces like:

  • Asking for a headshot and bio up front
  • Linking to a previous interview that did well as a proof of concept
  • Including a date I plan to publish to encourage a quicker turnaround

Once I send a note, I’ll typically follow up once via Email. In the Backlinko post on Clambr’s group interview they also mentioned that Richard pinged people on Twitter as well, which is another great idea – particularly if the question lends itself to a quick answer like his did (again you can get a really detailed description of Richard’s process free on his site).

How to Create the Content

Once I’ve decided on a question and done my outreach, I have all of the content to create a really great asset. Typically I’ll want at least 15-20 folks contributing to really get a nice diversity of opinion and to have enough folks helping distribute the post to have it get good social and traffic traction, and ideally I’d get something north of that (for some niches that’ll be easy, for some it may be impossible to get 40 responses).

Now I need to format the post. There are a number of things I want to be sure to include:

  • A brief intro
  • A table of contents listing the contributors and linking to their answers
  • Everyone’s answers!
  • Headshots for every contributor
  • Contributor bios

And a number of things that can really help the post that I’ll create / include:

  • A custom banner or graphic at the top of the post
  • A nice mash up of all of the contributor photos
  • A badge the experts can share with their audience if they like
  • A specific offer and call to action (this might be a simple but highly relevant content upgrade like a PDF, check-list version of the post, some raw data on how many of the experts answered with what types of answers, etc.)
  • A twitter list with all of the folks who contributed

How to promote the list

Now I just hit publish and wait, right? I did promise you “built in distribution,” after all.

Almost! There’s still a bit more to do once I have all of the answers collected and formatted: I need to actually promote the post!

  • Email Everyone – Obviously I want to reach out to everyone on the list and let them know the post is live – I might also give them a link to my tweet of the post so that’s easy to retweet and if appropriate a link to the post submission on a relevant social media site to vote up if they like (important note here though: I don’t want to give them 8 different things to do – pick the one or two most important actions to highlight and let them decide what to do next).
  • Twitter – I’ll also queue up a number of tweets, and @ some folks who participated in the interview in the tweets so that they see the mention there and can easily retweet that if they want to share that way.
  • Paid Social Promotion – Depending on the topic, I may also consider some paid social promotion via Stumble, Reddit, or Twitter Sponsored Ads to get some additional distribution for my content there.
  • Additional Outreach – Another trick that takes a bit more time but can net some really high quality links: after asking permission in the outreach process, I’ll often reach out to each contributor’s alma matter and hometown newspaper. This requires a good bit of leg work (and on the alma matter front be careful of the season) but can net some great .edu links and awesome links and citations from quality local publications.

The final step here is often the most valuable: as you let people know they’re participating, be sure to note anyone who is interested in participating in future interviews, and (genuinely) offer to help anyone who has helped you here. Look at their Twitter bios. Start following their blogs and share their stuff, as well. Offer to try to be of use to them in future. These folks have contributed to a piece of content for you, and helped you promote it: be grateful, and take the opportunity to be of use and develop a real relationship that will benefit all of your content.


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  38. Nicely captured! The setting is similar to the we visited Friday. The cafe is on the second level and has a glass wall facing outdoor seating on a patio. The outside was closed (and would have been cool with the wind). Thanks for comment on our skies. Actually, the rain was nice as this area is behind on rainfall for the year. What was not nice about the storms that passed through was the cold and wind. On Friday we had late May warmth – very enjoyable.

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  41. Ice cream and Macbooks FTW! And keep up the driving record. Too many people get complacent with road safety when they get older and decide that they are such GOOD drivers that they no longer have to check their mirrors or drive the speed limit. Ugh, pet peeve right there.

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  45. This just war theory in the absence of just resistance theory is just nonsense. There is little acknowledgment as to why Israel is being threatened. In the absence of that, Waltzer is just a shill for colonial domination. BTW he is NOT a moral philosopher, he is a public “intellectual” who has offered his services to power. As he will be known.

  46. “Yes, but also because conservative women have guns and self-respect.” There are few things sexier than a woman holding a gun that has a little bit of smoke coming from the barrel!Of course, that sight is usually followed by the realization that a) it’s my wife holding the gun; b) she didn’t miss the target… once…. ; and c) I will NEVER piss her off

  47. eliseo seguramente hayas tenido una mala experiencia y lógicamente en informatica todo puede fallar. Pero yo estoy casi seguro que la instalación de windows no se perdió.Si aún estas con ese problema, busca información sobre el GRUB. O incluso puedes hacer una reparación del propio windows.

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  49. This is why we need Col. Allen West to run for POTUS! We need a true man of courage and convictions who will not be afraid to take down our enemies to preserve our freedom. Allen West is the ONLY politician I have seen who has what it takes to do right by us and fight for our right to exist as free people who will not submit to islam.

  50. Why do people always say “Wow- she’ll be such a beautiful child because her parents are soooooo beautiful.” Different parts of genetics from both sides dictate looks, people. I’ve seen plenty of beautiful people with unattractive children, and plenty of unattractive people with gorgeous children. Pet peeve over. On that note, Congrats to them! Very sweet, feminine name!

  51. Bolingo don’t send anyone to Chainama. I am not being petty. There is no place called Mukubiko. I think you mean Mukobeko prison in Kabwe where they hang serious criminals. Dawa answer the question posed here. What defines a Zambian? You are waffling a lot.

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  53. Wow, you made bagels, how cool! Your yeast looks like it didn’t activate, that’s why your dough didn’t rise. Usually, when the yeast activates it will be REALLY frothy….but hey, if they came out great, then no worries, right? I might have to steal that recipe and try to make them myself!

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  56. Try to make them happen, eh? Yet another one of those conversations we need to have over a drink or two someday. Looking forward to the day we all meet in person. But glad to know you might change your opinion on this next week Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Hope you have a good weekend.

  57. Ray Ozzie’s talk was good. And to the person who called him a Commie… yes, his political comments were tacky and ill-considered. But I’m not going to be like the crazy Seahawks fans who are boycotting Hasselbeck because of his politics. I don’t share Ozzie’s political views, but I respect the man and his vision. He should think about the fact that this is a diverse company, though, before he gives a talk like that again.Short form: He has the vision. He’s the right guy to succeed Bill in that role. He just needs to grow into it more.

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  59. Mas eu não percebo é para que é que isto serve.Vão para uma lista negra todas as pessoas que devem mais de 75 euros na conta da electricidade?E isso serve para quê se eles cortam a luz a quem deve?Que é que vão fazer com a listinha? Se é para se poder dever sem cortarem, eu também quero ir.

  60. / If you apply that presumption of "guilt" is not good, apart from going against the law. Yes, among us, what percent of original Xbox games have? If the console Petara you put one on that original, and stating that the phrase is not mine, but one of the banned … Anyway, I see a lot of "double standards", and I think it is a pose of Microsft, because to them, it is best for them is to sell consoles …

  61. Siné est antisémite, il l’a montré à plusieurs reprises.Faire l’amalgame entre les Juifs et l’argent releve de l’antisémitismel’antisémitisme est en France un délitson torchon n’a donc pas lieu d’existerje suis triste de voir ce dessin sur ce blog que j’aimais tant

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  63. , "Oh, what a great sin these people have committed! They have made themselves gods of gold. But now, please forgive their sin—but if not, then blot me out of the book you have written." (Exodus 32:31-32)"Exactly what Jesus who did not only plead, but died on the cross for us… for our sins.

  64. Per Gessato apprezzo molto ciò che fai, a condizione che le tue fonti siano esclusivamentea) la tua cultura enciclopedicab) vocabolari / enciclopediese usi una query in google da 5 secondi netti apprezzo molto meno (penso che la maggioranza degli altri commentatori la pensino come me).Non capisco a cosa ti riferisca. Puoi spiegare?

  65. Hi there! This post couldn’t be written any better! Reading this post reminds me of my previous room mate! He always kept chatting about this. I will forward this post to him. Fairly certain he will have a good read. Thanks for sharing!

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  67. Jeetje! Ironisch ja. En triest, want er wordt zoveel geklaagd over the Nederlandse Spoorwegen dat het erg moeilijk is om ze meer imagoschade toe te brengen dan ze toch al hebben opgelopen. Eigenlijk zou een humoristische reactie juist een opluchting moeten zijn!Het lijkt me wel wat om hier in mijn volgende blog op in te gaan – volgende week werk ik mee aan items over censuur in Zeeland.

  68. Totalement vrai, Charles ! Il y a quelques années, jeune Française fraîchement débarquée à Madrid, je vois devant moi un groupe de jeunes hommes discutant tranquillement sur le trottoir. La tête pleine de clichés sur le machisme des Espagnols (et avec l’habitude…), je ravale ma fierté et passe devant eux, sure de ne pas y échapper (parce qu’en France, vous pouvez être sûrs qu’une fille qui passe devant un groupe de mecs y aura droit). Eh bien, non, rien ! Tranquillité totale ! Merci !

  69. germana? tastatura mea e setata universal, pot baga si maghiara si germana de pe ea(am sacrificat ghilimelele) pe engleza, schimb pe romana cand scriu si mai am si japoneza, care are la randu ei 3 sub-languages(hira, kata si autikanji). THAT is fun:D. Plus suedeza ocazional.

  70. After years of loyal service to BB&T with their free checking accounts, they all of a sudden decided that they will charge everyone $10 a month in maintenance fees unless you have more $1500 in your checking account…Can anyone recommend any banks with free checking?

  71. I was a little late and called the Parole Board today and was told the good news. I tell you Texas has an express lane to the gas chamber. This happened in 96 and they’re already executing. In Georgia we’ve got more than more inmate who have been on death row for more than 30 years.It’s a barbaric institution in any case and should be stopped, especially if they have been proven to be wrong on more than one occasion.

  72. I love cardoons, or “cardi” as we call them in Italy, they are brilliant and I am sorry not to be able to find them in the UK. I have even tried to grow them, but I must have messed up the timing, here everything is pushed forward by a couple of months, and I have not attempted again…so if you need a custome/estimator, here I am, ready for cardoons in my box…blanched (?) please like the cardo gobbo of Nizza Monferrato, in Piedmont.

  73. Ik denk dat je het antwoord zelf al geeft. De functie bepaalt ook voor mij of ik een jobboard inzet of niet. En wees eerlijk: het voordeel van een jobboard geeft in ieder geval aan dat een kandidaat zoekende is. Dat is voor LinkedIn uiteraard anders. Natuurlijk geeft de status op linkedin van ‘job opportunity’ en ‘ career offer’  ook wel wat aan maar minder dan via een jobboard. Wat zijn jouw bevindingen aangaande NVB?

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  75. This one shoots right to the top of "Elaine favorites"… what a strong and wonderful expression of just what God does in our lives. He purifies, and the ashes that remain become beautiful as He uses them for His purposes.LOVED, loved this one my friend!Sonja

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  78. Just joined the rat pack here in Tucson. New at this forum stuff. First joined RAT in 1996 in England – yep I’m a Brit. Will keep and eye on upcoming events.BTW-I would like to get my hands on the club badge so I can add to my ’96 one.My ride is a 1995 Sprint that I shipped with me from the UK.

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