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Client Magazine #9 (Digital) By Client Digital
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Client Magazine Issue #9 features top fashion model Ash Stymest on the front cover, photographed by Ian Cole with many familiar and new faces and the best in menswear editorials
Carbon Copy 01 By Client Magazine
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Carbon Copy 01 by Client is a series of editorials from around the world. All in black and white – some with a vintage feel, some more contemporary, some experimenting. The first release has a... More > bit of a worldly feel, with editorials from Miami, Spain, London, California and beyond.< Less
The Madam's Clients By D.E.Z. Butler
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The clients were as varied as pumpkin seeds. Each with his own markings and thoughts about what an escort should be for him and how the escort service needed to function to be his source for female... More > companionship.< Less
The Mysterious Client By V.E. Carr
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A man is decapitated in the doorway of an old defenseless woman, and Percy Harrold is inadvertently drawn back into a big chapter of his life when his young child is kidnapped by the Thyme... More > family. Who know what the Thyme family have planned for Percy Harrold this time? But he knows the plan will be nefarious. To Find the other books in The Thyme Family Trilogy, visit< Less
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Client Numbers By Olivia Macassey
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Children will not play in my words. No-one will speak of the lottery of my disappointments, the empty bottles and cheap labels, the badly mended shoes.
The Client Guide By Bryan Long
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What Business Development is not!The point of this guide is not to rehash the same old business development thinking, but inject some new truth’s about what it should be.
The Lance in Freelancing:: clients, clients, where are you? By marsha maung
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Hard, fast, humurous and reeking of a coffee-addict's sleepy humor, Marsha tells it like it is in "The Lance in Freelancing". Think you want to work from home and earn money without working... More > hard, she tells it all in this book. This book reveals all hidden secrets about making a three-meals-a-day income with a computer, a phone line and Internet connection. There are fun stories and anecdotes on begging, groveling, marketing, advertising, promoting, guzzling beer to sleep and downing caffeine to keep awake. And yet, it is laced with useful information and power-packed ideas on how to make it in this god-eat-dog world of homepreneurship. This book deals with everyday necessities of finding clients, discipline in marketing and doing sales, learning how to do your own accounts and make your own tea. They are absolutely essential, as she says, in her winning book, "The Lance in Freelancing"< Less
How to Attract Clients By $2 Publishing House
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How to Attract Profitable Clients who Keep Using Your Services This training is set up in 5 weeks of daily exercises. There are 5 exercises each week so that you can relax and rejuvenate on the... More > weekend. All exercises are practical and directly bring you more clients. You just have to DO them. Week 1: Strengthening your Vision goes back to your passions to raise your strength and determination to succeed. Week 2: Connecting with Current Clients starts you on the path of active marketing with the people that your relationship is strongest with. Week 3: Reactivating Past Clients strengthens relationships that were strong in the past, but have been neglected. You will taste success this week. Week 4: Attracting New Clients is using all the skills that you learnt and trained in the past weeks to make new connections. Week 5: Leverage through Allied Marketing is the ultimate form of active marketing: letting other people build relationships for you.< Less
Building a Freelance Client Base By Grace Murphy
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Develop your client base. Developing a dependable client base is not magical or mysterious. It requires some skill, effort, and consistency, but you don’t have to be a marketing guru or spend... More > your entire day working to get more work. You can develop a good client base over time and in these incremental stages: Creation, Maintenance, and Expansion< Less