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Here’s Part 1 of how to go about low-cost or no-cost marketing.
The reason you need this position at your company is because it’s easy to neglect your commercial accounts
If you do well, you get a carrot.
Follow these tips and watch how your writing can positively affect your sales and marketing.
Writing in general didn’t come easy to me when I first started. And I certainly don’t think I’ve mastered it at this point in my life. Honestly, I was a mechanical engineer with a degree who never worked a day in his life as an engineer.