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Tim Coe - myUSP
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Build Unquestionable Client Loyalty For Your B2B Service Business at the UK's Only Regular USP Based Workshop. Author of 'Your Utterly Seductive Proposal'.
Build Unquestionable Client Loyalty For Your B2B Service Business at the UK's Only Regular USP Based Workshop. Author of 'Your Utterly Seductive Proposal'.

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Back in office first day since Monday lunchtime. Feels much better. Hate working from home. Been a bit ill for a 8-9 days. Anyone else been under the weather recently?
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Cool things come out of cool conversations. In this instance it was with Jason Howland @jason_howland
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There's only 1 #StoneRoses track better than this. Do you know it? Clue: you don't have to look very far. #SilvertoneRecords #Manchester
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Everyone's got the capability to make videos for their business. They don't have to be perfect productions. Smartphone - film it - post it. Perfection will hold you back. Content is vital if you want attention.
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14 ideas for your next video call to action...
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Staggering Facebook video viewing fact...
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Staggering Facebook video viewing fact...
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Staggering Facebook video viewing fact...
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On Monday someone asked me how business was at this of year. I said people need attention & clients all year round. But exactly year ago I did actually suffer from people saying they'd leave new marketing until January. Have you thought much about getting new clients over Winter?
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On Monday someone asked me how business was at this of year. I said people need attention & clients all year round. But exactly year ago I did actually suffer from people saying they'd leave new marketing until January. Have you thought much about getting new clients over Winter?
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