Let your clients know about your Backup and Disaster Recovery Service NOW.
Get a great MSP Marketing video from Ulistic and start sharing many of the great services you offer.
Ulistic is pleased to share with you that our latest MSP marketing video is now ready. This month we elected to produce a short one minute and twenty-second video that introduces the concepts of backup and disaster recovery and gets a prospect or even a client starting to think about the importance of ensuring backups are done and that tests are scheduled to ensure that they can actually recover the information when a disaster strikes.
View our MSP Backup and Disaster Recovery Video here.
Every MSP understands the importance of ensuring all clients have a BDR service in place. Many prospects and clients are still adopting the “it won’t happen to me mindset”. However, we all know better. How do you share the importance of backup and recovery to the marketplace?
Well, Ulistic’s MSP video is one way.
When you sign up for your video, you can have it delivered in one of three ways.
- Have your logo and contact information at the beginning and end of the video. Many MSPs go with the generic video to start and then move up to the next level as they start rolling out more and more MSP marketing videos.
- Have your logo and contact information just like above; however, Michael, our voice-over specialist at Ulistic, will mention your MSP business by name throughout the video, making it a bit more customized.
- Block out any other MSP from having this video in your marketplace, making your marketing truly unique.
Interested? Check out the sample we did first. Then call Melissa at 863.451.3088 to order yours, or you can email email@example.com with questions.
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.