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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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Make Your Marketing A Money Machine
by Tony Vidler        One of the essentials for practice growth is to build a marketing machine that keeps producing money.  A money machine which is a combination of mini-systems and components that keeps the whole motor running at full speed.   Most professionals have elements of the marketing machine…but just elements.  They haven’t built […]
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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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How to engage your Facebook fans
by Tony Vidler        The biggest social media platform on the planet – everyone is there. So how best to engage with all these potential Facebook company page fans who just might one day become clients, or at the very least become advocates?   Professional services firms seem to struggle more than most  other businesses […]
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Getting to the point where “Ideal Prospects Call Me!”
by Tony Vidler        Who doesn’t want to be getting to the point where “ideal prospects call me” – and preferably continuously.  Being so busy with new client opportunities that you just can’t handle them….So many incoming calls from ideal prospects in fact that we have to put our fees up just to control the […]
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Marketing NEVER Stops For Today’s Adviser
by Tony Vidler        I was asked “when should I slow down or stop the marketing?” Answer: “Your marketing never stops.  Never.”   The rationale behind the question was the adviser has a good and large business – there are enough clients right now.  So it wasn’t a stupid question by any stretch.  But here […]
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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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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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