3 Marketing Mistakes Web Site Designers Make When Selling Their Services - A better way...
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A better way to handle this situation is to tell me 'why' I'll need all this razzmatazz that you're offering. Give me benefits on why Java is a good thing for my site, and not in my coffee cup. Tell me 'how' DHTML is going to make my life easier. Make believe I'm a client who has more than enough money to spend, but needs a little hand holding to understand all the technical terms.
Copyright 2005 Jennifer McGroary
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