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  1. The Guaranteed Way To Sell More Services

    Selling a service is different than selling a product. When you sell a product, you’re selling something tangible – it’s an object, and your customer can easily research it to find out what it does, how much your competitors are selling it for, and what other objects are available that...
  2. The Easy Way To Write Killer Service Proposals

    Writing service proposals is often left to architects and engineers – folks who have the technical expertise to understand the customer’s needs, but who (more often than not) have a difficult time putting those needs to paper in a form that is clear enough for the customer to easily understand....
  3. The Difference Between Selling Products And Services

    Selling services (managed or otherwise) takes a different way of thinking compared to selling products. With products, you are selling something tangible – something that is easily compared to other products, both in function and price. With services, you are selling the intangible – you are not selling a thing...
  4. Benefits Of Eating Your Own Dog Food

    “Eating Your Own Dog Food”, is a term that more and more service providers are using to tell their customers that they use the technology they sell. It’s an important way to show your customers that you have faith in your solutions – after all, if it’s good enough for...
  5. Thousands Of Dollars You May Not Know You Have

    A lot of service providers have an enormous bank of money that is freely available to them, and they don’t even know it. It’s not just small companies that are missing out – there are companies worth hundreds of millions of dollars who don’t know about this. It’s not a...



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