Help! What Should I Call My Book on SOPs?

By Karl_Palachuk
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March 3, 2014
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Karl Palachuk / Karl Palachuk

As most readers of this blog know, I’m writing a series of four books on Standard Operating Procedures for Small Technology Consultants.

I’m writing a series of four books on Standard Operating Procedures for managed service providers.

I’m writing an operations manual for managed service providers.

I’m writing a series of four books on Standard Operating Procedures for I.T. Consultants.

I’m writing a series of four books on Standard Operating Procedures for computer consultants.

I’m writing a series of four books on Standard Operating Procedures for computer consultants.

Aaaaaagh!!!

I Don’t Know What to Call It

Please help me figure out what to call this 4-book series. Don’t worry about SEO and all that. SEO will take care of itself. Between the contents and the sub-title, I can cover all the bases.

There are two primary considerations here, as far as I am concerned.

1) I want a title that actually sounds good. It shouldn’t be awkward. For whatever reason, the titles I’ve come up with don’t slide off the tongue. Managed Services in a Month is nice and smooth. Service Agreements for SMB Consultants is very clear. I want something nice like that.

2) I want to appeal to all those people who could really use these books and have never heard of the term “managed services.” I know that seems odd if you’ve been reading my blog for years, but I think MOST people who could – and should – be managed service providers have never heard that term.

So what do they call themselves? VARs? LARs? IT Pros? Computer consultants?

That’s where you come in. Please take 60 seconds and give me some feedback. It’s okay if you rate these suggestions high or low, as long as it’s honest. If you have other recommendations, please enter them on the form or in the comments below.

At least temporarily, the site for these books is called www.sop4smb.com.

But if you were searching for such a book, what would you call it? And what would you call yourself?

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