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YOUR need will kill the sale
by Tony Vidler I think it has always been true, but it is more true than ever: a needy adviser is a major turn off to potential clients. YOUR need will a sale. Sometimes, perhaps too many times, the reason why consumers do not buy is because of us. Whether we are trying […]
If you’re converting only 1 in 10 prospects you have a problem
by Tony Vidler There was a time when converting 10% of your prospects was the path to career success as a financial adviser. Hard to believe perhaps, but true. Everyone starting in a sales role was told to just “see the people, see the people, see the people!”? The expectation was that our fame and fortune […]
by Tony Vidler Too many referrals today are not converting into clients for too many professionals – and all too often the professionals are puzzled about why that is. Typically it comes down to us not looking good enough on line. Todays referrals usually do a quick search before deciding whether to meet […]
How to convert 70% of your opportunities instead of 30%
by Tony Vidler Imagine the difference to your business if you were able to convert twice as many opportunities. You spend the same money and effort but get twice as many sales as a result…it would add a bit to your bottom line wouldn’t it? The decades old strategy of crunching through the numbers […]
by Tony Vidler Getting prospective customers to move from content engagement to your call-to-action is a critical step in improving qualified leads, and conversions of them to clients. One of the things I love about technology today is that there are always new applications helping you to improve your sales and marketing efforts in this […]
Getting New Clients: It all begins with one thing….
by Tony Vidler In 3 separate conversations this week with advisers we talked about different approaches to getting new clients onboard, and each had lost sight of what the single most important element in getting new clients onboard was. Each thought that the objective of their marketing was to get a new client onboard. […]