Why Word-of-Mouth Is Still Your Strongest Marketing Tool

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When I first set up as a freelancer last year, I had no idea where to start in terms of marketing my business.

I had the required skills and experience but absolutely zero client base.

And so I started following the usual steps.

I bought an email domain, built a basic website, and set up my social media pages.

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Copywriter, procrastinator, and lover of cats. Avid traveller. Future best-selling novelist🤞 Find me at www.killercopy.co.uk

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Amy Cubbon

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Copywriter, procrastinator, and lover of cats. Avid traveller. Future best-selling novelist🤞 Find me at www.killercopy.co.uk

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