1. Lack of passion 2. They don't know your business 3. You're getting the B team 4. Ideas they cannot execute 5. They have no related clients 6. High agency staff turnover 7. You're the biggest client 8. You're feeding your own ego 9. You're a bad fit 10.
Like a Digital Version of the Netflix Rental Model for TV Shows and Movies
...And Other Thoughts About the End Game for Newspapers in a Fully Digital Age
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