Speak slowly and clearly
Before your interview, practice talking slowly and clearly. Even if you have a great internet connection, the Zoom call might cut out for a fraction of a second here and there, and you’ll be much easier to understand if you’re talking slowly and not rushing through your responses. This will also make you seem more relaxed and confident.
Work on your body language -
Avoid tapping your hands or feet, clenching your jaw, or doing anything else that will distract from your answers or make you appear nervous or tense.
Eye contact is also important. Practice looking into your webcam as you talk, rather than looking at the video of yourself in the corner of your screen. That will help it feel more like a real conversation and will help the interviewer feel like they’re getting to know you better.
Double-check the date and time of your interview -
The last thing you want to do is miss your interview because of a time mix-up so check the email from the employer. This is a simple step but will avoid a lot of potential embarrassment and hassle.
Don’t be afraid to ask for clarification if you need it
It’s okay to ask for clarification on something or ask the interviewer to repeat a question once or twice in your interview.
This is true in any job interview and especially a video interview. If you didn’t hear a question clearly, ask them to repeat it. If you’re unsure what exactly they’re asking, ask them to clarify.