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PostHeaderIcon Treasure Hunting

We all know times are lean, the news and the government won’t let us forget. Which begs the question, how do you keep growing your business in tough times?

Erica Stritch at RainToday.com has some great ideas in her article, “Forgotten Leads: How to Find a Treasure Trove of Leads Hidden Within Your Firm.”

People need to see/hear your name between 7 and 11 times before they remember you. Even if you are busting your tail to make ends meet, make sure you take the time to keep in touch. You never know when your efforts will be rewarded, but if you never try, they never will.

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