On any given weekend in rainy Seattle, Chris Lapins likes to get away from his monitor and keyboard. During the week, he’s setting in points and out points as he edits videos for Idea Kit clients, but in his free time, he has a pool cue in his hands.
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Just as market strategies change in an economic downturn, so should your strategy for attracting prospective clients. And don’t forget about making your current clients happy enough to refer you.
People are savvy enough these days to know that a slickly produced video with only animation and a disembodied voice is from a corporate office. Your face is familiar to them, so they have a connection to the content.
If you’re thinking about making videos to connect with your prospects and clients, you’re at the right starting line. But if burning questions like, “What do I talk about?” and “How do I share the videos?” have you frozen in place before even taking off, we’ve got you.
Have you ever had a client say really, really nice things about you? When it happens to me, I get really embarrassed. And I secretly wish someone was recording it.
If you’re feeling the temperatures beginning to drop, you’re probably also anticipating the arrival of Thanksgiving. The family gatherings, the parades, the season’s best football