Tag: MSP Sales

Move to managed services
Richard Tubb: How to understand which of your existing clients will move to managed services

Richard Tubb: How to understand which of your existing clients will move to managed services

Using the managed service model instead of the traditional break/fix model of selling time for money is a no-brainer. But what is more challenging is working out *how* to sell this new model to existing clients. We’re going to look...

/ August 6, 2018
outbound stack
Carrie Simpson: The Myth of the Outbound Stack

Carrie Simpson: The Myth of the Outbound Stack

Many companies are now spending thousands per sales rep per month on complicated technology sales prospecting “stacks.” That’s fine, if that’s where you want to invest your sales and marketing spend. But, at $1,000 per seat per month with my current...

/ July 23, 2018
MSP pipeline
Brad Stoller: Is talent temptation hurting your sales pipeline?

Brad Stoller: Is talent temptation hurting your sales pipeline?

When it comes to growing a business, talent can be both a blessing and a curse. That might sound like a strange idea at first, but having natural talents can influence the choices we make and impact the growth of...

/ July 19, 2018
drip marketing
Memorable sales: Why drip marketing may be a crutch

Memorable sales: Why drip marketing may be a crutch

I think I’ve had something wrong about sales for a long time. I followed the classic wisdom of playing the numbers. If I met with 40 qualified opportunities (prospects that fit my ideal or “bread-and-butter” prospect profile), I would be...

/ June 27, 2018
prospecting success
Carrie Simpson: Creating long-term prospecting success

Carrie Simpson: Creating long-term prospecting success

If you had asked some our very first customers three or six months into their first campaign with us at Managed Sales Pros, many of them would have declared their programs a failure. Zero deals closed. Many of them left...

/ May 21, 2018
USP
Robin Robins: You’re NOT fooling anyone with your weak USP

Robin Robins: You’re NOT fooling anyone with your weak USP

At Technology Marketing Toolkit’s Rapid Implementation Workshop, we cover the USP, or unique selling proposition, in detail: what it is, what it is not, how to develop it, and how to use it in your sales and marketing to unseat...

/ March 28, 2018
land grab sales
Carrie Simpson: Land grab sales – It’s happening now!

Carrie Simpson: Land grab sales – It’s happening now!

There are two types of prospecting campaigns. The first type of campaign is called a “displacement campaign.” It’s the type of campaign you plan and execute when most of your prospects are already using a competitor. The second type of prospecting...

/ March 26, 2018
client fit
Brad Stoller: The power of client fit

Brad Stoller: The power of client fit

As a business, we have always intuitively pursued a good client fit. That desire goes beyond simply avoiding problem clients—though that is a benefit as well. We also want to find the most productive relationships possible. When we find clients...

/ March 7, 2018
lead scoring
Sales Prospecting: Lead Scoring for MSPs

Sales Prospecting: Lead Scoring for MSPs

Many MSP business owners are still the primary business developers, deal closers, and technical support leads for their growing companies. As the MSP grows, the owner gets pulled in a dozen different directions. I like to describe this as having...

/ February 21, 2018 / 1 Comment
MSP referrals
Brad Stoller: Beyond referrals – Building a powerful MSP pipeline

Brad Stoller: Beyond referrals – Building a powerful MSP pipeline

In any B2B context, the temptation to rely on referrals for growth is substantial. Referrals can be lucrative, and the nature of a referral means that the sales process itself is relatively easy. The prospect comes to you with a...

/ February 12, 2018