Poll: What is your most effective strategy in generating leads?

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If you a web designer or a creative agency, please vote on this poll and share with others what is your most effective way of finding new work and getting clients.

Also if you put other or don’t see your preferred method as one of the options, please let us know in the comment section and we’ll update the poll. Thank you for voting.

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