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M Gilbert-Mitchell Nov 26
A2: I have seen those sales before Halloween, and I thought that was too early. It seemed to ignore other “holidays” and push for sales.
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ShereeseM, MS/MBA Nov 19
A5 Some people who know what I do will ask me, "what are you here for?" when I arrive on-site. It's an uncomfortable question because of what I do & who I do it for in some cases.
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Rev Joel Nov 26
A7. For me, it's about reminding people the reason for the season.
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Chelsea Krost Nov 5
A4. Never! Although budgeting can be difficult, it should still be properly managed. If you don't have a large budget I always suggest baby steps. Be realistic with your goals and other operating expenses and go from there.
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Kathryn Lang Nov 26
A7: Remember to keep the focus on others and that helps set you up for success.
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Arielle Mégie Nov 26
Too far in advance: 8 days before. To me 4 days before is ok.
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ShereeseM, MS/MBA Nov 26
Sorry , I'm still in Boston.
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Liz Evangelatos ツ Nov 27
Thank you to everyone who joined us in yesterday's . And a special thank you to our top contributors and . I appreciate all of you sharing your knowledge with the community.
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M Gilbert-Mitchell Nov 26
A1: Joining the space may be advantageous for some business owners depending on the product/service. Consider inventory, audience, need, and availability. If a mass order came in, could you meet/fill it with quality service?
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Liz Evangelatos ツ Dec 7
What are you trying to say? I made this up with some graphic know how? I can't believe you don't believe me. 😂😂🤣 Well, do believe I'll be back rarin' to go January 7th to start up 😊
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Chelsea Krost Nov 5
A3. There are a number of factors that help determine how much you should be spending: - type of business - overall start up budget - campaign goals - type of marketing you are interested in (social, email, influencer etc.)
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Kathryn Lang Nov 26
A4: It's always a good idea to have your website up-to-date so that your visitors enjoy their stay. If they don't enjoy it, they probably won't come back.
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SteveAndApril Nov 12
Replying to @AskForLiz
I think that's why we always have to be "in their face" with social media, mailers (personal stuff & ads too) so they don't forget about you. I've been to quite a few parties where people I haven't seen in a year ask us "if we're still in real estate."☹️
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Angela Hemans Dec 7
If you ask me about the spaceship, I will deny anything you say about it until it’s proven! 🤷🏾‍♀️
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Pamela Barroway Nov 27
It was indeed a terrific pre-Thanksgiving
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Wendi Weiner, Esq. | The Writing Guru® Nov 5
I handle all facets of career and personal branding (resumes, LinkedIn profiles, bios) networking strategy, and job search strategy for attorneys, executives and the c-suite.
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Serpstat Nov 19
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ShereeseM, MS/MBA Nov 27
I may have gone too heavy with the but it was a long-arsed day.
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Daree Allen Nieves Nov 12
I support the brands and projects of entrepreneurs, producers, small businesses, nonprofits, and educational organizations by narrating books, videos, e-learning/training modules, commercials and films.
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Kathrin  @Realtor Nov 6
A6. In my opinion ... when a firm (sales person) is advertising or contacting a person and they are very aggressive and don't get the point when they have to stop. example - I get phone calls from firm's and they like to sell me lead possibilities🥶
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