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How To Bin Your Low Value Customers And Replace With High Value Ones

11 April 2013 by Alison Bradford

When you start up your own business it’s very easy to fall into the trap of working with anyone who will pay you (and even some that don’t!). You’re desperate to get experience and also to have some customers to validate your reason for being in business. That’s okay right at the beginning. It is good to get the experience and to build up some testimonials. If you’re not careful though ... Read More

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