Evaluating Potential Clients
I was reminded, while blog-hopping, that discussions occasionally spring up in forums about, shall we say, unusual approaches taken by potential clients to hiring someone's shop to do work for them. It does not seem to matter whether the poster is a web designer, developer or SEO; with "unusual" approaches, the issues are more or less the same.
A little help here from PainterCreativity.com, Mark W. Lewis's Top 10 Lies told to Naive Artists and Designers.
Hope this helps y'all!
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