In direct response to this particular re-blog's titular question: "If you don't, YOU SHOULD."
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Last week, I was talking with one of my collegeaus and he told me that he googles everyone that comes into to his model to make sure they are who they say they are. I later that day had reason to google someone that I had been working with, and I had a little surprise, that is all I can say for now. I have now started googling propects. I know of several sales consultants who do this and have for a few years now. So, do you google clients and or prospects?
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