“50 Things Your Customers Wish You Knew”

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Awesome blog post by Sonia Simone (Remarkable  Communication. Please go there and sign up, at least for email updates).

Read and “internalize” (one of my friends’ favorite words!).

Once you’ve read and internalized it, you won’t need any more marketing lessons or books, including my own “Insider Guide” 🙂

Enjoy, and tell us what you think!


P.S. Your translation service clients are just people, like anybody else!

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