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How to Battle Difficult Clients as a Freelancer We’ve all been here: after receiving an assignment from a client, you complete the work to the best of your abilities, as advertised, only to find that the client had something drastically different in mind. He refuses to pay until you make some revisions, at which point he’s still unhappy. Give up?
Posted by Kim Duke on January 26, 2012 · 2 Comments Every now and then when you least expect it, your sales will dry so fast your mouth puckers. I call it “The Sahara Desert Dry Spell”. Sales Drying Up? What To Do When You Get Stuck in a Sales Sahara Desert
How to Name a Business When You Have Absolutely No Ideas Left Lately, I have been thinking a lot about how to name a business. I’ve been thinking a lot about what a business name should represent. For instance, I have found the answers to the following questions; what does the name Yahoo mean, and what does Google mean? I had never heard the words before I started using their search engines. And what about Zappos?
Small business owners are too busy managing every aspect of their business not to use the most efficient method to manage their sales and contacts. Selling for Non-Sales People: Let Me Count the Ways I Hate to Sell
3 Warning Signs Your Freelance Future’s On the Rocks We all know it can be hard to see the wood for the trees. Sometimes, freelancers are so focused on clients and jobs and deliverables that we forget to step back and take a look at the bigger picture.
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