Why testimonials are one of the best marketing tools (and how to use them) You’re good at what you do. Your website is getting the message across that your service or product is the best for your customer’s particular problems and they should choose you. But how do...
So last week I shared my blog post with my virtual assistant colleagues and received some very useful feedback. Now I’m not great at accepting feedback, particularly if it’s not completely positive, so I was a little taken aback initially. However now I’ve had time...
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