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Q: What can you expect when you ask clients for testimonials? A. They'll want to come up with full-blown ideas. B. They'll be happy to approve a testimonial you've written. C. They'll know
exactly what you want. D. They'll take the time to write up a testimonial and mail it to you.
A: What can you expect when you ask clients for testimonials? D. They'll take the time to write up a testimonial and mail it to you.
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User: What can you expect when you ask clients for testimonials? A. They'll want to come up with full-blown ideas. B. They'll be happy to approve a testimonial you've written. C. They'll know exactly what you want. D. They'll take the time to write up a testimonial and mail it to you.

Weegy: What can you expect when you ask clients for testimonials? D. They'll take the time to write up a testimonial and mail it to you.
Expert answered|BRAINSTORM|Points 3046|

User: When first starting out, you should expect to make less money than you will later because A. your speed and efficiency will improve as you go. B. it will be hard to find work at first. C. your competitors have gradually built up to the rates they charge. D. no one will pay a beginner well.

Weegy: The answer is: A. your speed and efficiency will improve as you go.
Expert answered|patmarone|Points 4959|

User: On your business card, you position your business as "the area's most creative cookery." This phrase is your A. parameter. B. slogan. C. business name. D. logo.

Weegy: B. slogan
Expert answered|thederby|Points 1206|

User: In estimating the profitability of a catering business, _______ is most likely to be considered a fixed expense in your overhead costs. A. insurance premiums B. rental equipment C. temporary staff wages D. utilities charges

Weegy: In estimating the profitability of a catering business, UTILITIES CHARGES is most likely to be considered a fixed expense in your overhead costs.
Expert answered|Frankie17851|Points 1997|



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