Blogging Deep Dive
November 4, 2008 , Marketing Idea Guy
Peter Radizeski is Founder and President of RAD-INFO INC. He is an accomplished blogalyst, speaker, author and consultant. He has helped many service providers with sales training, marketing, channel development and business strategy. He is a trusted source of knowledge about the telecom sector. His honest and direct approach make him a refreshing speaker.
Look for his innovative ideas and analysis of current technology on his blogs.
Meet him at one of the many conferences he attends and speaks at.
Hire RAD-INFO today!
Just would like to thank you once again for all of the help in our growth and maintenance of our DSL service. You have and continue to be an integral part of our DSL rollout. I hope Bellsouth will continue to aid in your support of our crucial services. Without you at our beckoned call we would have not been able to grow at the rate we have grown. Please urge Bellsouth to allow you to continue to give the support we have become accustomed to and need to continue our aggressive rollout.
I-55 Internet Services, Inc.
“I have known Peter for many years. He is a great guy and knows the ISP marketplace. I have used his services in a professional capacity to arrange and order a very complicated one-off Ethernet circuit between states which took six months to get installed for us due to coordinating between two different phone companies which included ammending an interconnection agreement to get what we needed to connect. The amount of time and energy he put into that project was commendable and it wouldn't have happened without his persistence and knowledge. Give Peter an impossible task and he will make it happen. Thanks Peter!”
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