People want to do business with those they like and trust. Building trust takes time, of course. There are also ways to build trust that are simply good business practices, no matter what kind of business you have.
Be impeccable with your word. Never miss a deadline, and never charge for “extras” that really aren’t extra.
Produce the best work possible to help the client meet their goals.
Be upfront with challenges to client projects. I’m the professional, so I often know more about the project than they do.
Reward great clients with tokens of appreciation: gifts, experiences, bonus services and, most importantly, referring them to others. They’ll do the same.

Content Creator

Consider making use of the creativity, talents, expertise and perspective of a professional writer (also called a copywriter or content creator).

You’ll save time and money, interact more with your customers, decrease your stress, and ultimately, increase your business. Isn’t that your goal? A professional writer understands that consistent, coherent, compelling communication with customers equals business success.

Liberal Arts Grads

The money quote: “Yet more and more the technology industry is suffering from an empathy deficit. Enter Anders, who argues that “creativity, curiosity, and empathy are the job skills of the future.”
Liberal arts grads have those qualities.


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You can learn the basics of social media and create the written content for your own website, blog, article, newsletter or news release yourself. Yep, write your own content using my proven checklists and worksheets.
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