Use Case Studies and Visuals
Case studies and testimonials can go a long way in marketing your MSP business. Now more than ever, customers want to know about other clients’ experiences with a company before deciding to work with them. Case studies and testimonials are great ways to showcase your business while giving you control over the messaging (unlike with online reviews).
Visuals can also be a great way to showcase what you do in a way your clients can understand. Using videos and infographics that highlight the importance of your services (using business outcomes) allows clients to see how you can help them more clearly. Because let’s be honest, when most people hear someone talking about a product or service, their eyes glaze over. But when clients can watch a short video or take a peek at an infographic, they are more likely to engage and absorb the information.
Educate with Webinars and Demos
Webinars can be an effective MSP marketing tool when used correctly. People join webinars to learn, but that doesn’t mean you can’t also sell on them (just make sure it’s subtle).
For example, in the healthcare space, you can teach prospective clients about HIPAA while pointing to ways you can help them meet their requirements. Or you can run a webinar on cybersecurity best practices while pointing to the security tools in your stack that can help them protect their data.
The same thing goes with demos. Prospective clients want to see what they get before signing up for a service or product. Demos are also an excellent way to tie everything together. In a demo, you can briefly review your tools and connect them to business outcomes, case studies, and regulatory requirements.
Differentiate Your Firm
Differentiation is essential to any business and especially in your marketing efforts. What makes your firm stand out? How is your service better than your competitors?
The key to differentiation is researching your competitors to find their faults. Look at some reviews and focus on the negative ones. This should go without saying, but don’t take digs at your competitor. Just use their negative reviews as a launching point to showcase how you’re better.
For example, you find out that one of your competitors has poor customer service. Rather than calling them out, saying, “So and so has horrible customer service. We pride ourselves in ours,” you can say, “Our customer service is unmatched. Find out why our customers love us!”
How do you meet a need that your competitors don’t? What are your unique offerings? And remember to always focus on those business outcomes.
Use the Seal of Compliance
Compliancy Group’s HIPAA Seal of Compliance is awarded to clients that implement a compliance program using its automated software solution. The Seal is an excellent marketing tool as it differentiates your firm and represents your ability to serve healthcare clients. Because when working with healthcare clients, you must be HIPAA compliant.
“The Seal of Compliance on our website has been a great sales tool for us. It’s the perfect differentiator when new customers are deciding between working with us and another software provider,” Adam Zachs, Legal and Compliance Officer.
How Compliancy Group Helps MSP Marketing
Compliancy Group’s HIPAA Partner Program allows you to benefit from our industry-leading HIPAA compliance software and expertise. You handle the security; we’ll handle the compliance.
Our team of Compliance Coaches walk your clients through our HIPAA compliance software solution, enabling them to implement a complete HIPAA compliance program efficiently and effectively. As a Compliancy Group partner, you share in our profits with each client you bring to us without worrying about becoming a HIPAA expert yourself.
As an added value, you have exclusive access to our content marketing team, giving you the resources to educate your clients and sell HIPAA compliance. Find out more about our Partner Program!
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