Marketing can be a challenging endeavor for a business in any industry to tackle, but this is especially true when considering how a managed service provider should approach it. Indeed, there are a few challenges that can—and, more pertinently, do—stand in the way of an MSP’s success in its marketing and, by extension, its business operations.
Your MSP’s marketing strategy and implementation is an important factor to its success. This means that it is just as important to find the right agency to assist you with your marketing - especially if marketing isn’t necessarily in your wheelhouse.
Facebook is a social media platform that many people love to hate on. However, despite the bad reputation it sometimes gets, it’s - by far - the most important social media platform for B2B marketers. Here’s why:
When it comes to marketing yourself and your business as a managed service provider, your content should be the cornerstone of your strategy, supporting everything else you do. Regardless of what format your content is in, it needs to provide proof of your experience and value to prospective clients. Here are a few topics that your audience is likely to respond to.
Few marketing endeavors are as nerve-wracking as hosting and/or attending a live event. Lunch and learns, webinars, podcasts, and trade shows are four events that have proven to be successful initiatives for managed IT service providers. Each type of event has different attributes that must be considered when deciding on which event is right for your MSP’s marketing goals. Here’s a breakdown of these four events to help you make the best choice.
In honor of this day we figured you could always use a few marketing-related jokes, right? So, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite marketing related jokes for you! Enjoy!
We’ve been known to talk quite a bit about how important it is for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to produce consistent, high-quality marketing efforts to achieve success. Unfortunately, many MSPs tend to make the same mistakes over and over. In order to fight against this trend, we will identify these common errors, and will provide an improved method to handling a marketing strategy.
Managed Service Providers (MSP) have been using our JoomConnect software to integrate and automate marketing, service and e-commerce with ConnectWise since 2009. Our success thanks to customers all over the world has allowed for consistent improvements to be made to our application. By now, our users know that the JoomConnect software is full of many useful features. Our development team strives to provide our customers with more effective ancillary features to make the complex or time-consuming tasks they face as an MSP easier. With each update, we are working on practical issues and problems that our users experience. We are are always brainstorming, and using customer experiences, to build solutions that allow our software to help users save time and avoid frustration.
Internet marketing is still relatively young. Fifteen years ago companies warmed up to having their own homepages. In the past five years, social media evolved from teenagers flirting on Myspace to a massive marketing tool which allows companies of all sizes to reach millions of people, all over the world. Today, the majority of businesses are heavily invested in internet marketing strategies. This creates a new problem, noise.
Noise happens when a customer is overwhelmed with a barrage of marketing messages. Just opening a web browser, users are faced with pop-up windows, spam, targeted ads, and more. The majority of users have learned to ignore these distractions.
You've got a shiny new website and it's time to start turning those visitors into leads, and then turn your leads into prospects. There are a lot of different paths you can take to do this, but first you'll need a basic understanding of the web marketing funnel.On your website, you need to have an offer. Frankly, you should have a few offers to cater towards the different ends of the marketing funnel.
Your MSP Website has several roles. Obviously first and foremost it's the ambassador of your online presence, with the goal of driving traffic and converting visitors to leads. However, it shouldn't stop there. Your website can be a major player when it comes with customer service, communication, and gold mining your existing clients.