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Joshua Feinberg

Joshua Feinberg is CEO of SP Home Run and a digital transformation go-to-market content strategist for mid-market and enterprise IaaS, SaaS, and FinTech. Since 2002, he’s been building full-funnel inbound sales and marketing programs. He helps companies get found by the right people, in the right places, at the right time, and in the right context -- and uncover new revenue growth opportunities. Joshua helps clients in five very specific and interrelated areas: 1) Differentiation. 2) Thought Leadership. 3) Competitive Positioning. 4) Sales Cycle Acceleration. 5) Scalable, Predictable Revenue Growth. As an early adopter and advanced power user of HubSpot since 2010, Joshua is 28X HubSpot Certified and co-led the local HubSpot User Group for four years. As a former Microsoft content provider for and advisor to the Small Business Server (SBS) product and channel partner teams in Redmond, Joshua wrote the groundbreaking book Building Profitable Solutions with Microsoft Small Business Server and bi-weekly VAP Voice online columns that helped shape Microsoft’s partner and product marketing strategy, and ultimately the managed services business model. Much of the content he created was also localized and translated into over a dozen languages for a global audience of over 500,000. With a deep specialization in cloud, data center, and hosting, Joshua has presented educational sessions at HostingCon, Data Center World, MSP Expo/IT Expo, and DatacenterDynamics. He began his career marketing and selling higher education PC hardware and software for IBM Academic Information Systems (ACIS). Joshua’s been quoted in USA Today, CRN (cover story), VAR Business, Washington Times, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, AICPA Journal of Accountancy, Inc.com, CMS Wire, and TechTarget. He’s also had content published in Inc.com, Medical Economics, Windows NT Magazine, Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine, and served as a contributing editor for Selling Windows NT Solutions Magazine.

Recent Posts

Offline Marketing Tips for Data Center, Cloud Services, and Mission Critical Campaigns

With all the hype that every announcement from Google, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn gets, you’d think there’s not much hope for offline marketing -- especially when it comes to campaigns for data center, cloud services, and mission critical kinds of businesses.

The Future of Colocation and Its Inbound Implications

It is pretty safe to say that colo is in a state of flux, with increasing competition from cloud alternatives. However, a great many clients and data center operators seem to be settling into a more intermediate-term hybrid IT reality.

How Data Center Operators Land Bigger Deals in Top Markets

One of the challenges faced by data centers as they look to create more scalable, predictable revenue growth, is product/market fit.

Defined by Wikipedia as the degree to which a product (or service) satisfies strong market demand, product/market fit is something product managers wrestle with at both midsize and large data centers.

What Differentiates 1547 Critical Systems Realty vs. CenturyLink vs. CoreSpace vs. RagingWire? [A DatacenterDynamics Colo+Cloud Recap]

If you lead or manage a colocation data center, you know first hand how difficult it can be for colocation operators to differentiate, compete, and win in today’s data center marketplace.

21 Biggest Application Performance Management Problems in Data Centers [Data Center World Recap]

What makes some cloud- and mobile apps run lightning-fast, while other apps feel like a tortoise stuck in molasses?

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