Power Teams and Web Support

Bette Daoust, Ph.D.

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Since a Power Team is a loosely knit organization, it is difficult to give potential clients a way to see all the expertise at the same time. You would not want them to go to each site to learn about the people on the project. The best way to deal with this is to set up a central location that gives bio information for each team member. This doesn’t mean that the client will use every team member but at least he will be able to see the strength of your group.

I have such a site for my Power Team under BizMechanix.com. You may also view her latest publications at BlueprintBooks.com Dr. Daoust also writes for the National Networker theNationalNetworker.com


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