Monthly Archives: March 2017

Can You Maintain A Small Computer Network? Then Why Aren’t You Your Own Boss?

If you have the skill and ability to maintain a small business computer network, there is absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t be able to start a computer consulting business of your own and become your own boss. I can promise you from personal experience, there is no more rewarding career choice that you can ever make than to become successfully self-employed.

It’s extremely easy to build a profitable client base when you build on a managed service model, and once you do, you will have an unmatched level of job security, no limit to the salary you can make, tremendous freedom in your daily schedule and more free time for your personal life than you can ever expect to have if you’re working for someone else.

With so many potential benefits, why would you choose to work for someone else?
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The Independent Computer Consultant – What’s Your USP (Unique Selling Proposition)?

If you’re an Independent Computer Consultant, for you to compete against the larger MSP’s and IT Service Providers for your target small business customers, you need to offer something that sets you apart. Something that makes you unique that the other guys simply can’t or don’t provide. This “something” is called your Unique Selling Proposition, or USP.

The Managed Service Model works and is the only way to operate an IT Support Company profitably and successfully. Eventually, all support providers will move away from hourly support an onto the Managed Service Model. But when everyone is offering essentially the same thing… 24×7 monitoring, remote helpdesk support, flat-fee billing… what can you as an Independent Computer Consultant offer that’s different?
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