How do I respond to the question “Why should I pay you, when I can do it myself?

The Question “Why should I pay you, when I can do it myself?” can leave the best of us frozen.
 
So in this episode of Ask Linda we explore the question I was asked How do I respond to the question “Why should I pay you, when I can do it myself?”
 
This question is a great opportunity for you to qualify your client and shine at the same time, so let’s delve into it.

Find more Answers to your PR and Marketing Questions on YouTube with the Ask Linda Series. You are also welcome to ask your very own PR and Marketing Question of Linda via the main Ask Linda page.

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