Knowledge

Below you will find some interesting and useful sources of knowledge we have collected for you.

For the sake of productivity, developers need to learn to say “no”

Whoever coined the mantra ‘The customer is always right’ has never tried to undertake development tasks for clients with grandiose ideas, but zero technical background.

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7 steps to building your client list

There’s no clear-cut path to building your customer base, but there are some universal tips you can use to expand your client list.

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5 Ways Great Leaders Make Work Meaningful For Employees

According to Harvard Business Review, "amazing bosses try to make work meaningful and enjoyable for employees. They’re most successful when they adhere to a few best practices."

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Build A Superior Customer Service Experience By Consulting The Customers It Affects

...putting the customer at the center, respecting the customer’s wishes, making yourself interested in what the customer is interested in, and – when in doubt – consulting the customer herself for guidance will work wonders.

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Don't Just Make Money, Build Relationships

You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you. – Dale Carnegie

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5 Ways To Make Your Client Kickoff Meeting A Success

A client kickoff meeting is one of the most important aspects of your online marketing campaign. You set the tone and standards, learn about the client, and start formulating your strategy.

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How To Give A Presentation To Strangers

How can you make yourself likable? The best way, whether you’re presenting to a group or even conversing one-on-one, is to make it clear that you like the other party. And the only way to express that feeling believably is to actually feel it.

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Networking Tips: In-Person & Online

It’s vital to have skills to be comfortable following up, sending an email, tweeting, blogging or posting, as the new version of face-to-face…screen-to-screen. It’s important to be comfortable with both sets of communication skills – in-person and online.

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