[internetworkers] Consulting marketing
kurt at kurtschlatzer.com
Tue Sep 17 18:26:29 EDT 2002
1. Try to involve yourself with CED (http://www.cednc.org) and the SBA.
2. Join the Chamber of Commerce in your town (icky but useful so I'm told).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Diana Duncan" <art2mis at nc.rr.com>
To: <internetworkers at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 3:31 PM
Subject: [internetworkers] Consulting marketing
> Hey all,
> As many of you know, I was let go from Worldcom in August. After some
> soul-searching, Craig and I are going to try to make a go of our
> business. In between working on our software product (which is the real
> goal), we're looking for short-term contract positions we can do via 1099,
> preferably direct to our own company rather than through any of the
> leech-like staffing companies.
> Does anyone know of the "best" (i.e. most leads actually completed) place
> us to list our services? I know that the major job hunting sites have
> for consultants to post their credentials, but which of these do the
> companies looking for talent actually use? Although I have years in the
> consulting biz, I still don't know how the sales people actually got their
> leads...it always seemed to be personal contacts. :)
> Any other bright marketing ideas floating about?
> Diana Duncan
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