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The most preferred, and most effective, client communication tool?
by Tony Vidler        Engaging with clients and prospects is critical to getting the right business from the right people, and there is a surefire client communication winner (still): The humble electronic newsletter.   Let’s begin by thinking about what you are trying to achieve with any client engagement method and you will probably come […]
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Different communications are methods needed for different clients
by Tony Vidler         Different people learn and comprehend in different ways, and different sorts of clients need different sorts of communications methods and styles if messaging is to be truly effective.   One size really does not fit all.   A Little while ago LIMRA did some research on preferred methods of communications by […]
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Keep ideal prospects for just $2.50 per year…
by Tony Vidler        An incredibly powerful tool for finding and then converting ideal prospects remains the humble newsletter.   You can build, and maintain, top of mind brand awareness with it.  You can establish or reinforce expert positioning with it.  Your reach can be extraordinary – particularly so with an e-zine or email-based newsletter. […]
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Listen to the market or get out while you can
by Tony Vidler        “Two Ears but only one mouth”…blah blah blah…sales training 101, right?   We know how important it is to “listen” to clients, and we know the danger of losing touch with what they want and what they are thinking.  Every single professional has lost good clients at some point simply because […]
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The Importance of Frequent Contact
by Tony Vidler        Professionals underestimate the importance of frequent contact with clients and prospective clients. “Frequent contact” does of course mean being in touch often. How often is often enough though?  For a long while the mantra was “be in touch every 90 days”, and that was in a time of expensively printed paper […]
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