I hate it when you do exactly what I tell you to do.
Client: "…and I’d like to offer the website in Italian.“
Me: "Are we going to be offering services in Italy?”
Client: “No. But it will make us look more professional and sophisticated. People will think that we’re Italian and that our food is good.”
It has to be fancy but hip. And since our company has the word velvet in it, I’d like to have the intro have some piece of velvet flying all over the place with velvety music in the background.
But what if someone was to break into our house, go on onto our computer, see that our account is there and then decide to pay, say $5,000, to Google AdWords for a laugh? How can we prevent this from happening?
Client: “What’s my username?”
Me: “It’s your first name, a space and then your last name.”
Client: "How am I supposed to remember that?“
Can you please confirm that you are Web 2.0 compliant so that we cannot be sued for discrimination by law?
hello, you need to take a gander at what we gotta say here boy. i gots me an idea that’s gonna make billions and i need you to endorse it. it’s for an application for them there iphones. if you’re hankerin for a cut of that money go ahead and email me back and we’ll set up some type of meetin joint
Working with a comedienne that I’ve done video work for previously.
Client: “Can you look at this promo video we did? Do you have time to re-edit it?”
Me: “Sure, what’s wrong with it?”
Client: “It’s not funny. ”
Me: “How can I help?”
Client: “I was wondering if you can make it funny.”
Me: “Well, is the content good? Funny material?”
The problem with you college students is that you always expect to get paid for the work that you do.
How can I send my newsletter to customers who didn’t check “I want to receive the newsletter” ?