Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 05, 2013
The most recent Digital Marketer blog post comes from expert contributor Leela Cosgrove, the self-described Marketing Brat. The piece details Cosgrove’s perspective on people who refuse to use her products and services based on the person she is.
Cosgrove claims that those who tell her she’s lost a sale because of who she is are lying to themselves.
“For no amount of money on the face of this planet can you own me,” Cosgrove wrote. “Changing the way you market or run your business to please someone who isn’t even a client is a zero sum game. Hell, changing your business to please a client is a zero sum game!”
The post has already garnered many positive comments from readers, and Digital Marketer encourages them to join the conversation by adding their thoughts.
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