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The right way to end an email to a client #freelancer

The right way to end an email to a client #freelancer | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
“Suggest a next step at the end of your email and double your responses.”
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very good advice/article - read and then read again ;)

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11 ways to stop clients asking for endless revisions

11 ways to stop clients asking for endless revisions | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
11 ways to stop clients asking for endless revisions | Career | Creative Bloq
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What do you do when clients won't stop asking for revisions? Egle Karalyte, founder of My Visual Brief, has some advice. 

 

As a designer, you've probably had the experience of working with a client who repeatedly asks for revisions with no end in sight. It's frustrating, right?  You want to keep the client happy without driving yourself crazy or ruining your profit margin.... 

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5 Pieces of Terrible Marketing Advice You Shouldn’t Follow

5 Pieces of Terrible Marketing Advice You Shouldn’t Follow | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it

5. Don’t Ask Customers For ______ (Shares, Optins, Purchases, etc.).

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I liked no.5 the best :)

 

Can you ever read “too much” marketing advice?

Nowadays, there are a hundred different blogs on any given marketing topic, each with a hundred different articles. The advice and tips are never-ending. - read more |  crazyegg

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Three business lessons I learnt from mum | Flying Solo

Three business lessons I learnt from mum  | Flying Solo | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
My mum has always been a wonderful source of inspiration, support and encouragement. Here are three lessons I learnt from her.
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 a big part of running a business as well, but thanks to my mum I constantly try to remind myself that every setback is a stepping stone to success, and that there is no such thing as failure, just feedback.

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