How NOT to sell yourself online

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Roger Warner

13. 12. 2007 | 1 min read

How NOT to sell yourself online

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I was just uploading some images to our Flickr stream when I caught sight of the one of the most useless, intrusive banners of all time.

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See the ad to the right there? OK, so I’m flattered, my opinions are important.

Great, but to whom and to what? Participate in a survey? About what? Click here? Why!?

This firm could use some serious copywriting, salesmanship and usability advice.

(Watch this space, we’re writing a new white paper on just this kind of thing!)

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