How it Works
The SMB Community Podcast is designed to inform and engage the SMB IT community. Our primary purpose is to give IT Service Providers and Managed Service Providers the information they need to be successful. This includes strategies and experiences from other IT Service Providers. It also includes information from vendors on new services, tools, and strategies that may help consultants to be more successful in an ever-changing world.
All guests are welcome, if they have something to contribute to the larger conversation in the SMB IT space. Vendors are welcome. Just be aware: Our over-riding interest is: How can I be more successful with your service or product? We are not really interested in menu options or whiz-bang. How do we make money by partnering with you?
Non-vendors are always free. Contact us to get the discount code. First-time vendors are always free. We believe in “try before you buy” on this podcast. After that, vendors pay for each podcast. You are welcome to prepay any time. We will contact you about a specific date and time to record the podcast.
Questions? Fill out the form and we’ll get back to you!
Our audience consists of IT service providers, managed service providers, cloud service providers, VARS, and other technology companies. If this is your market, please fill out the form. If this is not your market, be sure to note why you would be interesting to our audience. Thank you for understanding.
Vendors/Sponsors: We are happy to interview just about anyone who wants to do business with the SMB (small and medium business) technology community, MSP (managed service provider) community, and small business consultants generally. We prefer that you have something to “push” during the interview – including new products, major announcements, etc. Your first appearance is free. See below.
VARs/IT Professionals: We are also looking for MSPs, VARs, etc. to tell your story. How did you conquer a problem, have success with a client, tackle a big project, etc. We want the great stories that can be heard in the hallways of the major conferences. What makes you successful?