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The Shortcut To Creating Trust
by Tony Vidler        Simply creating trust with a prospective client is the initial hurdle to having them engage in the advice process.  To be fair the required level of trust initially is relatively low – can they trust you not to waste their time…can they trust that you really know what you are doing….can […]
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The Formula For Positioning Yourself For Ideal Clients
by Tony Vidler        “Poor positioning of yourself and what you can achieve for your ideal clients is the number 1 reason for ideal business opportunities not coming to you….”   Many professionals experience the frustration of good clients doing good business elsewhere, or ideal prospective clients not being referred and ultimately doing their business […]
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Why You Need PLENTY Of Positive Consumer Reviews
by Tony Vidler        Experience reviews…consumer reviews…I blame TripAdviser for it; but maybe it wasn’t them…Whatever, everyone out there now expects to be able to give a review of any business, and read others reviews of that business.  In fact they can’t wait to provide their opinion of your business. It has become the norm. […]
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Can You Explain Your Financial Advice Philosophy?
by Tony Vidler        Any adviser who has studied or has years of experience probably has a financial advice philosophy, even if they’ve never really thought of it as a philosophy. But it is what you believe.   Most experienced professional advisers have formed views and opinions about the right way to do things for […]
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Unbundling Planning To Get More Client Engagement
by Tony Vidler        Unbundling planning creates higher numbers of prospects and clients engaging in full financial planning, and can lead to higher revenue per client as well.  More clients engaging in more comprehensive advice and creating higher lifetime value per client.  That has to be worth thinking about doesn’t it?   When we try […]
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Make Your Testimonials Resonate With Prospects
by Tony Vidler        Testimonials are great marketing, but they are losing their effectiveness a little if you still do them conventionally.  All is not lost with testimonials 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 […]
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It Is A Journey To Becoming An Advice Client
by Tony Vidler        Becoming an advice client is not quick and easy for consumers really…every decision, every solution, every recommendation seems to be a major journey for them.   We know it is true, and we know that the process of onboarding a new client takes longer than ever and more barriers to engagement […]
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Good content may not be enough for your audience
by Tony Vidler        Creating good content and putting it out for your target market is great marketing. It may not be enough though to simply create “good” content and put it out there in the world.   Just because you have good content and you are putting out there doesn’t mean that it is […]
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How much TIME do super-successful advisers spend on marketing?
by Tony Vidler        How much an adviser should spend on marketing is a perennial question with an expectation that there is a definitive $ or % answer.   There isn’t.  So the better question is how much time should an adviser spend on marketing.   We know that time is money.  We know that […]
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Take a look at Twitter if you want new ideas
by Tony Vidler        If you want new ideas for how to develope your business or inspiration for your own content marketing then you really should look at Twitter.  It is a platform that many advisers have simply ignored as far as I can see, but it is well worth taking a look at.   […]
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