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  • Peter Mahoney 2:00 pm on February 19, 2016
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    I just reduced a client’s website loading time by 95%!

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  • Peter Mahoney 10:21 am on February 5, 2016
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    Identify rubbish clients 

    I use a site called People Per Hour rather a lot.

    I’ve been on there for some years, and have found a pretty good way to isolate people who are going to be poor to work with.
    100% of clients who write to me three times in a row without a response have been crap. Now, I suaully get back to all message son there within a couple of hours, so that gives you an idea of how quickly they’re trying to chase me up, even before I’ve had a chance to say hello.

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  • Peter Mahoney 10:17 am on February 5, 2016
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    Some people 

    I’m just finishing up with one of those clients who buys your service, but it transpires has no awareness of IT at all. Queue screenshots, videos, phone calls, documentation, repeating the same information several times over…

    I pride myself on my patience, and being able to explain technical jargon in useful terms.
    But when someone struggles to even use fullstops in their own correspondence, well, that should be a sign to stay away.

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  • Peter Mahoney 9:50 am on February 25, 2013
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    Really successful day with the cancer organisation now… 

    Really successful day with the cancer organisation…now to the work! We decided against the wiki system I’d suggested, but rather will look into something pretty neat with live chats with key people leading up to their annual conference.

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