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Here is how to work out WHERE to compete in the market
by Tony Vidler        A problem for many of todays professionals is figuring where to compete in the market…or rather, which area of expertise or service offering to lead with in their marketing efforts.   Once the target market clients have been worked out (so we know who we want to appeal to) we have […]
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Which content works best for Lead Generation?
by Tony Vidler        Lead Generation is the goal of content (or engagement) marketing.   The effort and time invested in producing, sourcing and delivering content to an audience of potential future clients has a single purpose, and that is to move them closer to wanting to do business with you.   The question which […]
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Forget the ROI of Social Media…
by Tony Vidler        While I am a fan of “measuring to manage well”, some things just can’t be measured accurately.  That’s why I believe we should forget what the ROI of social media is, in the conventional sense.   Here’s the metric that matters most when it comes to using social media for marketing: […]
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Tailoring: Making Your Content Fit Your Audience’ Desires
by Tony Vidler        One size does not fit all when it comes to content marketing: you need to make your content fit the audiences desires and moods.   As more professionals tap into the power of content marketing and create a presence on multiple social media channels and integrate those with other marketing tactics […]
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Marketing Your Firm, and Marketing You are 2 different things
by Tony Vidler        Understanding that marketing your firm and marketing your personal brand are 2 separate things is something that most professionals seem to overlook, or perhaps not understand.   For most of us there are at least 2 brands at play in the market (if not more), being the corporate brand of the […]
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An easy way to create good content when you don’t feel creative
by Tony Vidler        Building an engaged audience of future prospects requires us to create content in todays environment.  We need to feed the search engine machines, and we need to continually deliver content which educates or empowers those with whom we wish to do business.   For many professionals the “creativity process” is daunting. […]
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How much should you give away for free?
by Tony Vidler        It is difficult to work out how much of your expertise you should give away for free isn’t it?   Most professionals give away free hours as part of their marketing to try and engage new clients, and in some professions even give away entire services which have become commoditized, such […]
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How to get found on Twitter by prospects
by Tony Vidler        Twitter is crowded and noisy and it can be difficult to get found by your prospects…but there ARE a few things you can do that will help them find you.   It is worth getting right too, because Twitter is full of prospects who are engaged.  That is one of the […]
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How to engage your Facebook fans
by Tony Vidler        The biggest social media platform on the planet – everyone is there. So how best to engage with all these potential Facebook fans?   Professional services firms seem to struggle more than most  other businesses in this respect. It IS a challenge too: we have no tangible products to put on […]
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How to reach the “common client”
by Tony Vidler         I reckon our household is pretty common really. We are probably what could be called a pretty “common client”. It’s a pretty common target market for most professional services, and how the people in our house buy things is probably pretty common too.   Like buying a tree as a present […]
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