Paul Green's MSP Marketing Podcast

--- Paul Green's MSP Marketing ---

This is a show only for Managed Service Providers and IT support companies. It's made in the UK, and is designed for MSPs all over the planet. Every week we have loads of very specific advice, to help you get more new clients, grow valuable MRR, and ultimately increase net profit - isn't that why we're in business? Plus a special guest, some from our world and some from outside.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. Episode 32: Videos make your MSP look sexy

    In this week's episode It may not be a word you thought you'd ever associate with your business, but do you want to feel 'SEXY'?! This week Paul talks to an MSP video specialist about how to upgrade your image and influence people ...


  2. Episode 31: SPECIAL: Get new clients deep dive

    In this week's special episode Unless you've reached capacity, I bet you'd love more new clients. If this is something you struggle with (most MSPs do), then this special episode of the podcast is just for you. Listen to a real marketing deep dive between ...


  3. Episode 30: What your MSP can learn from Iron Man

    In this week's episode Did you know there's a link between Iron Man and your MSP? Paul explains why embracing the 'Iron Man protocol' could really make your MSP stand out in the crowd and boost your business These days when it comes ...


  4. Episode 29: Should your MSP have its own podcast?

    In this week's episode Google are not really in the search business, they're in the experience business. Paul's joined by an SEO expert (who also happens to be the VP of marketing at SolarWinds) to explain this and how you can appear higher ...


  5. Episode 28: The huge profit impact of price increases

    In this week's episode Some of the best IT innovations are born from the simplest of ideas, just like the incredible physical Helpdesk Buttons that allow your users to summon support. Paul's joined by Alex Permenter and his colleague Elizabeth Copeland to discuss how they developed this very clever concept ...