What’s New

New Audio Program: Intro to Zero Downtime Migration Strategies

Intro to Zero Downtime Migration Strategies – Audio Seminar

See https://www.smallbizthoughts.org/member_content/intro-zero-downtime-migration/

Audio program with slides. Includes two MP3 audio files and two slide decks in pdf format. All delivered in one zip file.

Karl Palachuk on Project Management and Zero Downtime Migration Strategies. 2 hours of solid information!

Recorded audio seminar.
2 hours.
MP3 with slides in PDF format.

Value: $29.95



Mark Smith’s Class on Local Advertising is Awesome!

OK. I’m not sure where we missed on the marketing for this. But let’s make up for it now.

PLEASE do yourself a favor and sign up right now for Mark Smith’s 3-week mini class on Local Marketing. The first class is recorded and it is truly amazing.

Check Out The Class

Free to SBT Community Members.

Week One includes some great gems on claiming your Google Business, connecting search results to your open calendar, customizing photos, turning prospect questions into an FAQ page, and LOTS more.

I promise you will love this training on free local marketing resources you should be taking advantage of. I personally am setting aside time to implement a lot of stuff from this jam-packed presentation.

Please do yourself a favor: Download and view the training right now. And sign up for the remaining two week.


New Audio Program: Network Documentation for Fun and Profit

Network Documentation for Fun and Profit By Karl W. Palachuk

See https://www.smallbizthoughts.org/member_content/network-documentation-for-fun-and-profit-audio-program

The Story: A few years ago Karl put on his Network Documentation seminar in Redmond, WA. More than 100 people attended.

The feedback from the seminar has been great. If you missed it, you’ll want to order this audio program right now!

If you attended this seminar, you know you want to hear the information again on downloadable audio program.

We discuss 14 Sure-Fire Ways to make money via documentation.

Value: $29.95


Managed Services Operations Manual – Volume 2 Audio Edition

Just added!

Managed Services Operations Manual: Standard Operating Procedures for Computer Consultants and Managed Service Providers
Vol. 2 – Employees and Internal Processes: SOPs for Hiring, Employee Evaluations, Team Management, and More

Volume Two of the Four-Volume Set

See https://www.smallbizthoughts.org/member_content/managed-services-operations-manual-vol-2-employees

Audio Book Edition

by Karl W. Palachuk

Who needs Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)? Everyone!
When you document your processes and procedures, you design a way for your company to have repeatable success. And as you fine-tune those processes and procedures, you become more successful, more efficient, and more profitable.

This is the Audio Book version. Includes all MP3 files and all handouts in one handy-dandy zip file.

Value: $99.95


Join Small Biz Thoughts Community and I’ll donate $99 to Women in IT Scholarships

The Small Biz Thoughts Community is growing strong. We’re adding new content all the time.

In fact, as soon as I can get to it, I’m going to add two more best-selling books to the downloads, along with some audio programs.

And now – during the entire month of October – I will donate your first month’s fee ($99) to a special scholarship program to encourage women to get into technical fields. My friend (and Community Leader) Amy Babinchak over at Third Tier has a special scholarship program.

The Women in IT scholarship program will reimburse the exam fee for women who successfully pass an IT or DEV certification exam. For more info, see www.thirdtier.net/women-in-it-scholarship-program/.

There are no limits to this. If we get five people or fifty people, it doesn’t matter. I’ll give all of the money to this cause.

Full disclosure: I got the idea of turning over the first months’ fees to charity from Nigel Moore, founder of the Tech Tribe community. See more about Nigel in my most recent SMB Community Podcast.

There are three types of membership: Monthly, Annual, or Large Organization. If you sign up for any of these, I’ll donate $99 to the Women in IT scholarship program.

Why? Well, one big piece of the Community is “community.” I want this organization to do the kinds of things that support the broader community in which we live. This seems like an easy way to advance a cause that helps the community.

Of course, if you’d rather just donate to the fund, I’m sure Amy would be happy with that as well.