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content marketing for financial advisors
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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engaging-content
What is the mix of content which is engaging?
by Tony Vidler        As a consumer yourself you know that there is a need to mix up the content if you want to maximise audience engagement, after all, you tune out pretty quickly if someone is posting or sharing the same sort of stuff repeatedly don’t you? Everyone does. Because it becomes boring. To […]
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Engagement Marketing is not asking “Will you marry me?”
by Tony Vidler        Many financial advisers have not yet grasped the fundamental of engagement marketing, and that is don’t race to ask someone if they want to buy something.  Seems a simple enough concept doesn’t it?  It is akin to asking a brand new dating partner “will you marry me?” when they haven’t yet decided […]
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How to get your prospects attention…and keep it.
by Tony Vidler        Sad but true apparently:   The average Goldfish has a greater attention span than the average human reader.   That presents a bit of a challenge when it comes to us getting prospects’ attention and then holding it long enough to make our point and get them interested in engaging with […]
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Automating social media for financial advisors
Does Automation Make You Robotic?
by Tony Vidler        Automation of repetitive tasks and functions makes perfectly good business sense, and we generally accept that it is a wise move in financial services to automate as much as possible when it comes to “processes”.   The arguments for doing so largely revolve around efficiency, reliability, and risk management.  That is, […]
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creating content your customers want
Creating content that customers want
by Tony Vidler        Creating content that customers want is not as hard as advisers think it is.  It is continually suggested by financial advisers that it is difficult to create articles and tips which their customers will enjoy and value and which support the rest of  their marketing and customer service strategies.   Financial Advisers […]
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Marketing places where Advisers just HAVE to be
by Tony Vidler        Even if Financial Advisers don’t feel the need to do marketing I would suggest that there are still some marketing places to be for advisers who feel they have enough clients.   Even when prospecting for new clients is not a particular issue, professional credibility is.  Suppliers, potential referrers, Centres Of Influence…they […]
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What IS good content for sharing and engaging prospects?
by Tony Vidler        When it comes to creating GOOD content that is engaging prospects and your target audience there are a few things to get right, but most of the things you need to get right are not really about what you write or produce.   So what makes really good content is not […]
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If you need more clients then you probably need different skills
by Tony Vidler        Financial advisers who need more clients need to be better marketers than salespeople in todays environment.  For most that means they probably need new, or more, skills.  Not more technical skills; more commercial skills.   While financial advisers have been figuring out how to get ever-more-compliant and deliver yet-more-paper over the […]
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Creating Content That Engages Prospects
by Tony Vidler        It takes a lot of thought and effort to create content that engages your target audience, and nothing is more frustrating than creating something which you think is marvellous (if not perfect!) only to find that it goes nowhere because nobody knows about it, and nobody shares it around.   It doesn’t […]
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