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Sales feast or famine

Get Rid Of Your Freelancing Sales Famine Once And For All

20 November 2012 by Robert Peters

Have you ever experienced sales famine? Those weeks or months when the phone is hardly ringing, the enquiries dry up and you don’t know where the next sale is coming from? The feast and famine cycle can be fatal for your business and freelance career.  In times of sales feast you can be so busy that you find it tough to fit in any time for marketing.  This is a big mistake because when ... Read More

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