Posted by: matt | March 8, 2008

whatever it takes

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In the early part of the 1900’s, marketing architectural services was frowned upon. You had to rely on your close network of associates, friends and family. Even though word-of-mouth is still the best form of advertising,I’m glad we’re free to market as we please.

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  1. I think that in today’s societ we are bombarded with information for every end that it at times can be overwhelming. Just today I recieved several spam faxs about health care plans and several spam e-mails about more prescription plans that I have come to realize that even if the item is worth looking at that I will simply trash it because it has fallen into my now categorized trash bin location. Even on the cell phones I occasionally get voicemails about things that are going on around town that might be of interest to me, so let’s face it there is some much out there that is coming at us from all angles how do we know what to try or even listen too. I generally wait to talk to someone I know or find a merit reason to make it worthy of a detailed glance, otherwise it is just all the same to me….
    Chalil

  2. I think I am actually heading backwards in that I only rely on word of mouth or personal referrals. Price is less of an issue, I want good and honest service. If it is worth the money, I will figure out how to pay for it.

    Oh, and the pic wants me to put another addition on my house.


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