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Which content works best for Lead Generation?
by Tony Vidler        Lead Generation is the primary goal of content (or engagement) marketing for many.   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.   […]
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The Customer Is NOT King; The Customer Is Not Always Right
by Tony Vidler        The mantra of “customer is king” is rubbish.  The customer is not always right, and the customer is definitely not the stakeholder who provides permission to practice.  Yet we keep hearing that the customer is king from marketers and interest groups as if it were a commandment.   A King or […]
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An easy way to create 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.  They take time to decide who to choose to […]
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How much Know-How should you give away for free?
by Tony Vidler        It is difficult to work out how much of your expertise or know-how 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, […]
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Reaching todays “common client”
by Tony Vidler        Reaching todays common client is not easy for professionals.  They are easy to find for sure, but reaching them and getting their attention is something else again.  When you consider how a buying process happens today it becomes a lot easier to understand why it is so hard – and what […]
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Use Visual Aids To Create Better Advice Engagement
by Tony Vidler        Advisers try to create simplicity from complexity, and the most effective way of doing that is to use visual aids. They create quicker understanding and better engagement simply because most people find it easier to comprehend new or difficult information when it is presented visually.   We all know from personal […]
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Create Top Of Mind Awareness With Your Own Clients First
by Tony Vidler          Who do most people turn to first for financial advice? Whoever is “top of mind”…and who is that usually?   Their family.   Research in multiple countries and jurisdictions repeatedly shows that the number one source of advice for consumers who do not currently take financial advice from a professional […]
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Who is paying who for financial advice?
by Tony Vidler        Who is paying who for financial advice will become the biggest question in consumers minds as the industry stakeholders continually and very publicly debate fees, commissions  and conflicts of interest in financial services.   For many advisers yet to experience it, full transparency on costs and fees is good for business. […]
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Sharing your content: how much leg should you show?
by Tony Vidler        When it comes to content sharing, how much is too much?  Or not enough?  To use the old and incredibly politically incorrect line: “how much leg should a lady show?”    General disclaimer to begin with: I m not inviting allegations of sexism and general trashing of whatever reputation I have […]
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The Importance of Frequent Client Contact
by Tony Vidler        Advisers underestimate the importance of frequent client contact  and “Frequent contact” is in itself a phrase that is interpreted differently amongst advisers.   So how often is “frequent”?  How often is often enough?  For a long while the mantra was “be in touch every 90 days”, but that was in a […]
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