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John Hall
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If you want to be successful in sales, you have to be trustworthy. You must be able to influence decision makers and make your product or service stand out. If your brand bleeds together with
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There’s a long-standing joke in our company that I’m a “thought leader on thought leadership.” The joke surfaced in our company Christmas video, and although it’s all in the name of fun, I do talk
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This post originally appeared on Forbes.There’s a debate raging in the world of marketing. How many times must a consumer be exposed to an advertisement before it changes his behavior?According to
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I found this very interesting more so because may be I am going through this patch of dilemma myself. I need to delve deeper into this and explore how to write blogs that may be interesting and how to attract more readers.
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There's a lot of content flooding the internet.  Be slightly skeptical until you know something is credible.  
The biggest threat to online content is — unfortunately — online content itself. When a simple Google search results in glaringly opposing answers and thousands of how-to articles that promise
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The advertising world has been heavily reliant recently on short-term ROI rather than committing to something in the long-term. CMOs are replaced so frequently that it's hard to keep focused on one strategy. What marketing vehicles are you committing to in the long-term and what results are you seeing?
There’s a debate raging in the world of marketing. How many times must a consumer be exposed to an advertisement before it changes his behavior? According to one study, subjects “voiced a greater preference for the product after receiving three ad exposures” compared to those who received “either one or five.” Other [...]
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The human condition is a burdened one. We constantly need air, food, water, shelter, and sleep. These “basic needs” are accompanied by the almost-basic needs for physical security, sex, and human
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Don't forget to invest in yourself.  It's the most important investment you will ever make.  
If I were trying to capture the attention of my 22-year-old self, it would probably require a six-pack of beer. When you’re a recent college graduate just entering the workforce, it’s easy to ignore
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You need new leads in your pipeline, so you run a series of LinkedIn ads showcasing your product’s most compelling features. It takes just a few days to rack up a hundred clicks, each of which costs
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There is a lot of opportunity out there. How do you assess opportunities that come your way? 
When you’re hunting for employment, desperation can make any professional opportunity seem like your dream job. Unfortunately, distorted judgment rarely leads to long-term fulfillment.Early in my
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The advertising world has been heavily reliant recently on short-term ROI rather than committing to something in the long-term. CMOs are replaced so frequently that it's hard to keep focused on one strategy. What marketing vehicles are you committing to in the long-term and what results are you seeing?
There’s a debate raging in the world of marketing. How many times must a consumer be exposed to an advertisement before it changes his behavior? According to one study, subjects “voiced a greater preference for the product after receiving three ad exposures” compared to those who received “either one or five.” Other [...]
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Well that's interesting news! Investigating further. Thanks
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Employees perform better when they’re happier. Nothing could be more obvious, right?What isn't always as obvious is where this happiness stems from. Many companies tie it to job satisfaction. They
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CEO of Influence & Co.
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Personal and Company Branding, Media Publishing, Real Estate Development, Sales and Marketing, Equity Investments, Microsoft Excel Expert, Business Valuations.
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John Hall
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John Hall is currently the Cofounder and CEO of Influence & Co. - We assist individuals and brands in growing their influence through products and services ranging from creating and publishing bylined articles to facilitating in residence programs for brands and much more. 

Influence & Co. is one of the leading providers of high quality expert content to the world's top publications.

We pride ourselves on working with only the best experts, saving them time on sharing their expertise, and providing the highest quality content to top tier publications.

I'm a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council and have a passion for mentoring young entrepreneurs to help them reach their life goals. 

I have a weekly column at Forbes. I also have contributed to sites like, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Portfolio, Inc., The Washington Post, and many other reputable publications. 

Specialties: Personal and Company Branding, Media Publishing, Real Estate Development, Sales and Marketing, Equity Investments, Microsoft Excel Expert, Business Valuations.
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reviewed 9 months ago
I had a really bad experience with Mark Hall Cabinetry. I'll state the facts so it doesn't get too long. 1. We were on a timeline like most people building a home. I wanted to go with Mark, but several people told me he was always late on projects. I went to Mark and he PROMISED he would get the cabinets done on time. He ended up being 3 weeks late and caused a lot of problems with the transition of moving. He also cost us some additional cost with interest. 2. There were quite a few things wrong with the cabinets. The island was put in the wrong place, the cabinet coloring was off, and quite a few other issues. Rather than trying to work on price to fix the situation, he was very stubborn and difficult to deal with. 3. Months after the job was complete, Mark was made aware of some severe defects that were caused by a bad installation. He has refused to come back and fix them even though the items should be covered under a warranty. 4. Mark's initial prices were lower than others at first, but things increased for misc items which ended up being the same as his competitors (Show-Me Cabinets). Also, if you put in the the extra interest paid because him being late it is more expensive. This is my first bad review ever posted so I hope that potential customers read this to prevent them from such a bad experience.
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