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Old August 16th, 2006, 02:52 PM   #16
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Craigslist is notorious for low budget brides and bargain hunters....not always but most of the time anyway. I can see your frustration with that.

Originally Posted by Sheldon Blais
Thanks for all of the info guys!

Most of my inquiries come from Craigslist, and most folks are just e-mailing/calling around trying to find the best deal. I understand why they do it, but I find it very discouraging when I'm spending 20 mins on the phone being interviewed, responding to 5-10 emails, sending multiple samples of work, offering deals, and still not getting hired. I saw the comment about tweaking my presentation---and I'm going to try it. I'm also trying to transition to corporate work (music videos, TV commercials etc) until I can get some word-of-mouth going regarding weddings.
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