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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 […]
Good Content marketing: It isn’t written the way you were taught to write…
by Tony Vidler Advisers getting into content marketing or just trying to create an audience for their brand are often confused about how best to communicate – or develope a style which balances personality with professionalism. Inevitably they ask “what is the correct way to write?” The grammar-nazi’s certainly have their views and […]
Give yourself a better chance of having prospects engage you
by Tony Vidler There is one simple thing that advisers should do to improve the probability that prospects will engage: Talk about the outcomes you create for clients rather than talking jargon. In engagement letters and scope of service documents, as well as in advertising brochures or online, too many advisers list their expertise […]
by Tony Vidler Content marketing is finally starting to gain traction with financial advisers but many struggle with working out what content to share, and most still think they have to create it all themselves. There is significant merit in curating content – sharing other folks great contributions with your audience…you DON’T have to […]
The most relevant content for clients and prospects? THEIR questions…
by Tony Vidler The constant puzzle for many looking to be more effective in engaging their clients is finding relevant content, or information to share. One of the constantly overlooked areas of HIGHLY relevant content is the actual questions that clients ask… There are several ways of sourcing client questions of course, from the […]