What MSPs Need To Know Before They Start Selling

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A giant mistake made by MSP Salespeople… Dad joke first: There was a race between a lettuce, a faucet and a tomato. The lettuce was a-head, the faucet was still running and the tomato was trying to ketchup. Save your applause, folks, I’ll be here all night. Okay, I shall not quit my day job. But to the point I …

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4 Things You May Not Know Are Stalling Your MSP’s Growth

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For over two decades, MSPs/VARs/IT service companies owners, have been coming to me to fix their lead generation and new customer acquisition problems, asking me to create campaigns that bring highly qualified, highly motivated prospects to their door, eager and willing to be sold and unoffended or dissuaded by “high” fees…and I have. However, all too often I send them …

6 Ways MSPs Easily Make Their Customers Worth More

6 Ways MSPs Can Easily Make Their Customers Worth More Money

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  There are six ways to make every client worth more. By implementing these, you’re not constantly on the hunt for new clients.  You can easily generate more MRR from the customers you already have. Here are the six: #1 Frequency Of Purchase (MRR) So guys again if you have break-fix customers and you are not doing everything you can …

How To Shorten A Long Sales Cycle

How To Shorten A LONG Sales Cycle

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A common excuse salespeople give for not closing sales: “We have a long sales cycle.” That’s code for “I can’t get a prospect to commit today.”  That said, there are times when this is a legitimate reason for not being able to close sales faster, particularly when the sale is a big commitment financially or materially or is contingent on …

One Advertising Trick To Instantly Attract More Sweet-Spot Prospects

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A big mistake made by all rookies and small businesses who don’t understand marketing: they try to appeal to EVERYONE or to too broad an audience with their message. When “everyone” is your customer, NOBODY is your customer; so, when MSPs tell me “everyone in Cleveland, Ohio, with at least 10 computers or more” is a “high probability” in terms …