customer value proposition

SEARCH BY SUBJECT AREA

Get financial adviser coach blog updates via email.
Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Join 315 other followers

sidebar_tony
Facebook: 2831, Twitter: 13061, LinkedIn: 689
Where your Value Proposition REALLY fits in
by Tony Vidler        A well crafted and well articulated Value Proposition is the key component in any good marketing strategy.  Even though it is the most important part of the entire marketing message, it is not the first thing however… To craft a great marketing message for your business there are three essentials and […]
Read more.
The 9 Essentials Of Your Value Proposition…in 9 Seconds
by Tony Vidler        There are 9 things you have to nail in only about 9 seconds if you want your value proposition to be truly effective. Sound impossible? It’s tough to craft a great value proposition that hits all 9 things….but it is definitely not impossible.  In this quick video we talk about what […]
Read more.
A surefire way to get a Prospect to choose You!
by Tony Vidler        You are ALWAYS competing to have the next prospective client choose you.  In fact, even with existing clients who are still deciding on whether to follow the next piece of advise, there is a decision being made about whether to choose to follow it…or choose “you” as it were.  We are […]
Read more.
adviser-planning
How will this year be better?
by Tony Vidler        Just one question should be dominating practitioners minds at this stage of the year:   How will this year be better? HOW is the critical word here. Advisers are usually great at setting goals and targets.  They are great at analysing and doing the numbers that tell them what activity at […]
Read more.
How to engage clients in a review of financial advice
Your Philosophy MIGHT Be Your Real Point of Difference
by Tony Vidler        Advisers often struggle to articulate their point of difference, yet they usually can easily express well thought out beliefs and philosophies about money and planning.   So most advisers think carefully about such things and build up a philosophy based upon their formal learning and real world experience that shapes their advice […]
Read more.
Professional Positioning Powers Elite Performance
by Tony Vidler        The elite performance achieved by some financial advisers seems to come down to them being better at positioning themselves professionally than average advisers are.   That positioning really pays off too: various surveys suggest that they get up to 2.5 X MORE business from new clients than average advisers.  And to […]
Read more.
creating a USP for financial advisors
Identifying your uniqueness as an Adviser
by Tony Vidler        Your fingerprint is a unique identifier.  Nobody else has the same one as you.  Your uniqueness extends beyond having a separately identifiable set of finger prints though.   Yet so many professionals struggle to identify their uniqueness and present that to the market.   To create truly effective personal marketing in […]
Read more.
Valuing the TIME you save for clients
by Tony Vidler        Valuing time is something we all do…or know we should do.  And one of the most valuable things that financial advisers do for clients is to save the clients own time.   How powerful would it be to quantify that in dollar terms for a client?   Everyone knows the maxim […]
Read more.
Why should they choose you?
by Tony Vidler          If you want ideal prospects to choose you over any number of other highly qualified professional advisers then you must have the ability to succinctly articulate what makes working with you special.  Why should they choose you?     This is often referred to as having a “Unique Selling Proposition”, or […]
Read more.
Innovate to Differentiate (it CAN be done by professional services firms)
by Tony Vidler        One great way to differentiate is to innovate.  You do not HAVE to innovate to differentiate of course, but innovation definitely leads to differentiation. There is a perception that in order to innovate one must receive a flash of inspiration.  A blindingly brilliant epiphany-like moment.   Sometimes that happens.  More often […]
Read more.