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By Stuart_R_Crawford
In MSP Coaching
Jul 11th, 2013
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Stuart R. Crawford / Stuart Crawford It sometimes seems impossible to find partners who share your goals, which means that building a partnership can be difficult. If you’re trying to ensure that your partnership benefits all parties involved, you should go by the book on negotiating. The Need For A Shared Vision A good negotiated […]...
By Stuart_R_Crawford
In MSP Coaching
Jun 21st, 2013
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Stuart R. Crawford / Stuart Crawford First, Cultivate Your Relationships With Prospects. You’ve made the decision to promote your business by offering a workshop, and you’re extremely excited about working with so many people within your area of expertise. You’ve prepared all the materials for your workshop, advertised it using email, and mailed out a […]...
By Stuart_R_Crawford
In MSP Coaching
Jun 6th, 2013
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Stuart R. Crawford / Stuart Crawford Start Collaborating With Your Key Clients. Many Managed Service Providers view prospecting as an over-the-top sales approach. Prospecting is the development of a list of potential customers that you believe would be interested in your technology support services. Although contacting potential new clients (cold prospecting) is an ess...
By Stuart_R_Crawford
In MSP Coaching
Jun 3rd, 2013
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Stuart R. Crawford / Stuart Crawford Take care of your client and their needs.  Here is a proven strategy of what you need to do within the first three months of bringing on any new client. The First 100 Days: How To Retain Your MSP Clients Why do some managed service provider disregard their clients […]...
By general
In Channel
Jan 30th, 2013
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/ CRN The extended relationship brings the full range of Asus products to Tech Data, which expects notebook-tablet convertibles to gain increased market acceptance in the business-to-business world. Read More...
By Robin_Robins
In Cloud
Aug 29th, 2012
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admin / Robin Robins Consider this: your absolute BEST prospect is someone who is already paying money for outsourced IT support. They obviously have a need and have demonstrated a willingness to pay for the types of services you offer. The problem is they are paying someone besides YOU for the service and have an […]...
By Anthony_Fernandez
In Marketing
Jun 6th, 2012
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Article By Anthony Fernandez As companies struggle to keep their doors open, the ones that are in business are struggling on maintaining and building customer relationships. The battle of bringing in new business versus maintaining your current customer base content is real and companies are facing it everyday. Many businesses have turned their attention to NEW [&helli...