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Which Book Cover Should I Use? - Managed Services in a Month - 3rd ed.

I've hinted here and there. So here's the announcement: The 3rd Edition of Managed Services in a Month will be out in December.

It will have TEN new chapters and is truly the complete guide to managed service. In fact, if the title "Managed Services in a Month" hadn't already been the best selling managed services book on Amazon for almost ten years, I would change the title to The Complete Guide to Managed Service.
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Right now, the book is going through proofreading and layout.

And of course we need a book cover. I asked my graphic pro Sally Galli to come up with a few designs. Unfortunately, I like them both. I do have my own thoughts on both, but I want to hear what YOU think.

After all, if you're reading this blog, you're the audience, right?

Here's how you can help me pick a book cover. Choose your preference (A or B) and any comments about changes you recommend.

Fill out the official survey here.

The survey does NOT ask for your contact information. The only required question is which cover your prefer.

Or you can just email me - karlp@smallbizthoughts.com with your preference.

Thank you for your feedback!

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About the Author

Karl W. Palachuk, is a technology consultant, author, speaker, trainer, and coach. He is the author of fifteen books. He has built several successful businesses, including two managed services companies. His books include Managed Services in a Month and The Network Documentation Workbook. Karl is a frequent trainer and speaker in the SMB Community. His popular blog can be found at SmallBizThoughts.com. He has more than twenty years experience as an I.T. professional and serves on advisory panels for several hardware and software companies.

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