In times of uncertainty it can be hard to even consider that you might be able to grow your business. However, there will be opportunities for you that your marketing can support.
Marketing is like fitness. The more you do the right activities, the more regularly you do them and the longer you keep them up, the fitter you become. And with true fitness comes a sense of relief.
Imagine the situation. Your business is going well. You’re winning new work and your clients love you. So why do you need marketing?
Ask and answer these six questions and make sure your marketing plan and activities have what it takes to win your prospects’ hearts.
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