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Episode 84: You’re still doing those technical tasks??? WHY‪?‬ Paul Green's MSP Marketing Podcast

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In this week’s episode

It’s not in any way about being lazy – but you do need to stop personally working on so many tasks. If you free yourself from jobs that someone else can do for you, then you can focus your valuable attention on growing your business… and actually enjoying life. This week on the show Paul explains how you can do this
Also on the show this week, you may have noticed that LinkedIn has changed its rules around connecting with people. Paul’s joined by an expert special guest to look at what’s changed and how this might affect your MSP
Plus, how’s your About Us page on your site? It’s the second most important page on your site. And this week Paul gives you some great practical advice on how to make it as good as it can be

Show notes

Out every Tuesday on your favourite podcast platform
Presented by Paul Green, an MSP marketing expert
Find out about the physical time tracking tool Paul mentioned called Timeular
Register for a free copy of Paul’s book
Paul’s special guest was Nate Freedman from Tech Pro Marketing talking about the new restrictions applied by LinkedIn
Check out the unofficial LinkedIn automation tool Dux-Soup
Find out more about LinkedIn’s other native content hosting solutions, for example Newsletters
Paul was looking forward to his future conversation with Praveen Ramesh from Superops.ai all about marketing and LinkedIn
Many thanks to Rebecca Finken from Traction 4 Success for recommending the book Who Not How by Dan Sullivan & Dr. Benjamin Hardy
On June 29th Paul will be joined by Derek Morgan from Nexon Asia Pacific talking about how to train your clients to buy more
Please send any questions, ideally in audio-form (or any other feedback) to hello@paulgreensmspmarketing.com

Episode transcription
Voiceover:
Fresh every Tuesday for MSPs around the world. This is Paul Green’s, MSP Marketing podcast.
Paul Green:
I am delighted to be back with you, and we’ve got a cracker of a show for you this week. Here’s what’s coming up.
Nate Freedman:
In the older days when LinkedIn was maybe a little more lenient, you might be able to g

In this week’s episode

It’s not in any way about being lazy – but you do need to stop personally working on so many tasks. If you free yourself from jobs that someone else can do for you, then you can focus your valuable attention on growing your business… and actually enjoying life. This week on the show Paul explains how you can do this
Also on the show this week, you may have noticed that LinkedIn has changed its rules around connecting with people. Paul’s joined by an expert special guest to look at what’s changed and how this might affect your MSP
Plus, how’s your About Us page on your site? It’s the second most important page on your site. And this week Paul gives you some great practical advice on how to make it as good as it can be

Show notes

Out every Tuesday on your favourite podcast platform
Presented by Paul Green, an MSP marketing expert
Find out about the physical time tracking tool Paul mentioned called Timeular
Register for a free copy of Paul’s book
Paul’s special guest was Nate Freedman from Tech Pro Marketing talking about the new restrictions applied by LinkedIn
Check out the unofficial LinkedIn automation tool Dux-Soup
Find out more about LinkedIn’s other native content hosting solutions, for example Newsletters
Paul was looking forward to his future conversation with Praveen Ramesh from Superops.ai all about marketing and LinkedIn
Many thanks to Rebecca Finken from Traction 4 Success for recommending the book Who Not How by Dan Sullivan & Dr. Benjamin Hardy
On June 29th Paul will be joined by Derek Morgan from Nexon Asia Pacific talking about how to train your clients to buy more
Please send any questions, ideally in audio-form (or any other feedback) to hello@paulgreensmspmarketing.com

Episode transcription
Voiceover:
Fresh every Tuesday for MSPs around the world. This is Paul Green’s, MSP Marketing podcast.
Paul Green:
I am delighted to be back with you, and we’ve got a cracker of a show for you this week. Here’s what’s coming up.
Nate Freedman:
In the older days when LinkedIn was maybe a little more lenient, you might be able to g

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