If you are a managed IT services company wanting more leads, increased sales opportunities and a steady stream of new clients…then tune into our May 11 webinar.
This will be the most important webinar you will attend all year.
Right now potential customers are hitting your website and immediately hitting the back button, why? Because your content sucks and it sucks bad.
My name is Stuart Crawford and I was once like you. I ran a managed IT services company in Calgary that started with 3 guys fixing computers and turned into one of the top IT service companies globally, winning numerous Microsoft awards and then successfully selling out in 2008 after making $5.5M in revenues and hiring 34 employees.
This 60-minute webinar with Ulistic content marketing Queen Sarah “Sunshine” Smith will cover the exact formula you need to create content, stunning headlines and offers that will blow your competition out of the water and lead to new sales and business opportunities.
Sarah will share the direct little secrets other MSP marketing companies will never share with you about content marketing, including:
• Website content
• Email marketing and landing pages
• Direct response sales letters
Want more business opportunities? What to squish your competitors? Tune into this very important webinar with Sarah. Why? Sarah knows her stuff and works with managed IT services companies every day to create sales letters, email marketing pieces and offer sheets and battle cards that work.
Transform your marketing content on May 11 at 2 PM by registering here.
Why wait? You’ll have everything you need to write stunning content that attracts the clients you want to your business resulting in increased sales, more revenues, happier staff and ultimately…a better lifestyle.
Stuart Crawford serves as Creative Director and CEO with Sebring, FL 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.