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The NFL playoff race is in full swing! Are your marketing efforts scoring touchdowns?
Take inspiration from the NFL playoff race and create a gameplan for your 2015 marketing with MSP Marketing veteran Stuart Crawford and the experts at Ulistic. Join us for a dynamic football-themed MSP marketing webinar on Tuesday, January 13th at 2:00pm ET, and learn the 7 critical plays your MSP needs to perform like Super Bowl champs in 2015.
MSP Marketing veteran Stuart Crawford is a former MSP owner who now runs Ulistic, a company dedicated to coaching U.S. and Canadian IT service providers to greater success. His core area of focus: cost-effective Marketing and Sales strategies that develop, nurture and convert high-value leads for MSPs.
In 2015, Stuart is dedicated to quarterbacking managed service providers with touchdown scoring marketing strategies! At Ulistic, Stuart coaches MSPs to think about their overall gameplan for the future:
2015 is the year of the gameplan at Ulistic, and your MSP can get ahead of the curve to hear about the seven most critical plays in our MSP marketing playbook. At our 7 Critical Plays webinar, Stuart will share tactics that will enable you to score big and blow out the competition in 2015, while avoiding costly penalties that could rob you of valuable yardage.
Only 1 in 100 IT firms think marketing first, but 100 out of 100 want more leads. Ulistic is here to help managed services providers think strategically about their marketing to get more leads while still focusing on running their business. Our team engages with your team every day, providing expert marketing materials and advice to create a foundation for stratospheric success. Learn more at Ulistic.com.
Stuart Crawford serves as Creative Director and CEO with Sebring, FL and Fort Erie, ON-based Ulistic, a specialty MSP Marketing firm focused on information technology marketing and business development. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience pertaining to how technology business owners and IT firms can use marketing as a vehicle to obtain success.