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Editors’ Choice: Why These Articles Were Great!


Editors' Choice: Why These Articles Were Great!

Here’s a look at what we thought was great this past week. 

Happy Sunday … and please help each other, and be social with your choices!

Stewart Bell states that it’s an Advice Marketing conundrum … you want leads … they need advice, so why doesn’t it all just come together? It’s seems simple, but it’s complicated. Read more in The New Advice Marketing Conundrum.

It’s social selling and Timothy Hughes cuts to the chase when talking about it.  He claims when he and other people check you out on social, you need to have done a number of things not to get blocked. You don’t have long to make a first impression. Check out In Sales You Need Credibility and Interest in a Nanosecond to learn more.

You’re going to feel things that aren’t planned and aren’t pretty, and it’s unsettling. Kimberly Davis tells us we’d better Start Paying Attention to What Your Insides Are Telling You

One definition of trust is the absence of fear. Your clients and prospects can’t fear you will put your interest before theirs, to sell them something they may not need or want. In Are you Big Time or Small Time? Scott Messer wants to know.

Back in the mists of time, Paul Bates read that, “In order to find the life that is waiting for you, you have to leave the life that you have.” In Where You Are May Not Be Where You Need to Be he gives a bit of wonderful life advice.

Jennifer Goldman says we can talk about great efficient processes until we are blue in the face. However, the most important process that growing firms need is the client off-boarding process. Take a look on how to part with a client in The Crucial Process Most Firms Avoid: Off Boarding Clients. 

Did you know 72% of marketers worldwide said relevant content creation was the most effective SEO tactic? Erika DeBlasi gives us eye-opening statistics in 7 Marketing Stats Every CMO Should Know.

The ability to trick us into believing things today that are NOT true is incredible, so watch out. Chris Skinner explains why Technology Firms Will Be Regulated Like Banks in Future

One of the kindest comments that can come from those we work for is this: “You make what you do look effortless.” Rob Jolles describes The Effort Behind Effortless.

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