Hey, Dave Wooding here. Hiring full time technology workers. So let’s say you want to hire somebody to work on your team, full time doing technology stuff. For instance, building a website, creating images, landing pages, email marketing, automation type stuff. One thing I’d recommend is having a phone call interview. Of course, you know, you’re going to want to look at a resume if they have it. But even better is to have a phone call interview. Because really, you’re looking to see how they react. And I would ask some questions along the lines of what would you do in this situation? And ideally, it’s something that’s come up in your business that you wanted done. And what you’re honestly looking for is, I don’t know, I don’t know is a perfectly acceptable answer, but the next thing out of their mouth should be well, here’s what I would propose to do, because you want to make sure you’ve got problem solvers on there. It’s one thing if they know already know how to do it. And that’s great. Hopefully you pick that up on the resume. It’s even better if they don’t know what to do, but they would suggest an idea and how to get that done.