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Thanks, Sue. Greatly appreciated. I'm curious to hear which of these areas your clients struggle with the most.
Thanks for your comment, Anders. Agreed that the stronger the relationship, the more likely someone is to engage with your content. But in many instances, your content is the best way begin that relationship building process. Or am I misunderstanding what you mean.
Either way, thanks for your thoughts.