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What is “Good” Content To Use In Your Marketing?
by Tony Vidler With prospects taking longer than ever to convert into clients, “good” content has become king as that is what keeps them engaged as they move along their buying journey. Notice I said “good” content…..not just any old content. But what is “good”? Content which is good is the content which […]
by Tony Vidler Testimonials are great marketing, but they are losing their effectiveness to some degree. All is not lost however, as one small change CAN make them resonate with your target audience a little better. Consumers are not silly and they know we are never going to be silly enough ourselves to […]
by Tony Vidler “What do we have to get right for prospects to become clients?” “Remove or negate the barriers to them deciding to business” “What barrier?” “All of them…..” There are many barriers which can prevent a prospect from engaging in the professional financial advice process, and WE have to try and […]
by Tony Vidler I keep hearing that social media marketing sucks for professional services . Mostly that comes from the people in professional services who are trying to market themselves using social media, so they should know if a particular type of marketing sucks or not. If it isn’t working it must suck, […]
by Tony Vidler There is very little in financial services which is quick and easy for consumers really…every decision, every solution, every recommendation seems to be a major journey for them. At least that is what consumers think and say. Those inside the industry think otherwise. But of course we would. The […]
Why you should think of Prospects as “an Audience”
by Tony Vidler With the shift to content marketing fuelled by consumer’s online searching, it is essential tor understand who your audience is. More importantly though, it is important to continually think of your future clientele as an audience until such time as they choose to do business with you. “Audience” might seem […]