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It’s a Process. Build on it.

It’s a Process. Build on it.

It’s a Process. Build on it. So I was getting dressed this morning and talking to my dog, Henry (as you do), and I was explaining to him all the things adults have to do when they get ready in the morning. Shower (wash with soap, wash

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Why Formatting Matters (Especially When Collaborating)

Why Formatting Matters (Especially When Collaborating)

I have a client who was working on a 350 page proposal for a prospect. Three different people from different companies collaborated on the proposal for their biggest prospect. The good news was that they all provided their pages in Powerpoint. The bad news was that no

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How to Write An Email Subject Line

How to Write An Email Subject Line

How to Write An Email Subject Line Recently, we published a blog post on why email subject lines are so important, along with some really effective ones we found. Now we want to help you write you own! Here are some tips to improve your subject lines to

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How to Ask for a Testimonial

How to Ask for a Testimonial

Testimonials can be some of your most effective marketing tools; after all, everyone loves to work with someone that people recommend! However, sometimes it’s hard to figure out how to ask customers for these great tidbits. Here are some easy, unobtrusive ways to boost your testimonials: •

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Tricky Marketing Tips

Tricky Marketing Tips

With Halloween around the corner, there’s still timed to create some spooky, Halloween-themed marketing promotions. Halloween kicks off the beginning of the holiday season, making it an excellent time to start reaching out to your customers and prospects with fun, seasonal marketing efforts that capture their attention

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Breaking News about Click-Baiting On Facebook

Breaking News about Click-Baiting On Facebook

We’ve all seen the articles with purposefully misleading titles, or those with headlines that don’t really tell you much about the information you’ll see. Headlines like: You’ll never believe what happened to your favorite star… People should know about this awful thing we do, and most are unaware…

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Are my personal profile and business pages linked on Facebook?

Are my personal profile and business pages linked on Facebook?

Recently we received this great question about Facebook business pages and personal profiles, and wanted to share the answer here with you: Dear Markbeech, If I start a Facebook page for my business, will people have access to my personal profile? Or should I create a new

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Have a Meeting? Be On Time (or Better Yet, Be Early)!

Have a Meeting? Be On Time (or Better Yet, Be Early)!

When you have a scheduled client meeting, business lunch, or even a casual coffee with a referral source, it’s important to do your best to arrive on time or early. Being punctual is part of presenting yourself in the best light, and being respectful to customers, potential

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Farewells Without Burning Bridges

Farewells Without Burning Bridges

Sometimes, for whatever reason, a business must close. When this happens, it is important not to burn bridges, but to exit with grace. Let your clients know what is happening with tact and appreciation for your past interactions. You never know what could be on the other

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Accomplishing that last 10%

Often, when we have a new project or task to start on, we’re excited and motivated. The words flow, the pieces fall into place, we easily overcome the first round of obstacles, etc. But then, as the project winds down, we can often begin to struggle when

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