Help with selling

For creatives, sometimes selling ourselves is the hardest thing. What’s holding you back? What are you finding most difficult? Ask Paul Blomfield and Lorraine Blackley your questions.

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Times are tough. I know I need to sell but arrggh how do I do that?

In the latest Generator Lorraine Blackley and Paul Blomfield have shared their top advice. Now it's your chance to share your experiences and ask questions. Use the comment box.

Times are tough. I know I need to sell but arrggh how do I do that?

In the latest Generator Lorraine Blackley and Paul Blomfield have shared their top advice. Now it's your chance to share your experiences and ask questions. Use the comment box.

Lorraine and Paul are available for the next week and are happy to respond in kind - with their experiences, learnings and advice.

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For creatives, sometimes selling ourselves is the hardest thing. No one likes to blow their own trumpet too loudly and in this nation, even more so.

But you’ve got to do it. Your business needs the sales, and the buyers (believe it or not) also want to buy.

So what’s holding you back? What are you finding most difficult?

We hope to hear from you!

Written by

The Big Idea Editor

14 Feb 2013

The Big Idea Editor Cathy Aronson is a journalist, photo journalist and digital editor.

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