Generally speaking, new clients don't want to pay a fortune on new hardware to speed up their network. Instead, you can make all the difference in the world for them in ways that are relatively inexpensive on the product side so that they won't feel that you are just taking their money.
Phil Britt has created a list of 17 things that you can do to speed up a network with little expense. Using his suggestions, most of which you should already know, can help you create a great relationship with a new client.
You may also want to use a similar tool in your marketing. Perhaps you could give some free tips in exchange for someone contacting you. It's a perfect direct mail postcard type of ad. Learn more about speeding up your clients' networks in the full article (link above).
Posted by Joshua Feinberg