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1 Thing Connects With Consumers Better Than Everything Else
by Tony Vidler        If you really want to reach out and connect with consumers then it makes sense to look at using the communications method the overwhelming majority prefer: text messaging.   SMS. Text. Texting.  Call it what you will…study after study shows the effectiveness both in terms of the proportion of consumers who […]
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Personalise or Perish
by Tony Vidler        Everyone wants “it” to be about them.   Therein is the answer to “how to make marketing more effective today“…it has to be about them, and more importantly, it has to be personalised TO them.  “Them” of course is whoever it is we are trying to appeal to and get to do […]
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Marketing Your Expertise Via Webinar
by Tony Vidler        Advisers attend plenty of webinars, but very few seem to use a webinar marketing program themselves for marketing to potential clients, and it is a marvellous opportunity (if done well) to really position your expertise.   Prospects generally have no issue tuning in to watch broadcasts on any number of areas of […]
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What A Practice Needs In Order To Achieve Exceptional Growth
by Tony Vidler        Not everyone wants to have a business which achieves exceptional growth.  Some want a business which just produces a steady income, or a job, and that’s ok.  If on the other hand you aspire to have a high growth firm there are a couple of pretty important strategic decisions to nail.   […]
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Niche or Nest: Which is Best?
by Tony Vidler        The concept of niche marketing causes a lot of confusion, so I thought I’d add to the confusion by adding in “nest marketing” at the same time as challenging the view that professionals should find “A” niche.   The easiest way for me to explain the difference between niche marketing and […]
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12 Prospect Barriers WE Must Negate
by Tony Vidler        “What do we have to get right for prospects to become clients?” “Remove or negate the barriers to them deciding to business” “What barrier?” “All of them…..”   There are many barriers which can prevent a prospect from engaging in the professional financial advice process, and WE have to try and […]
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How To Become A Recognised Expert
by Tony Vidler        Many general practitioners would like to be seen and accepted as a recognised expert in a particular area, and for many of them this is a genuine opportunity.   The competency, depth of knowledge or mastery of subject, and professionalism are all there more often than not.  They are already actually experts […]
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Creating Happy Clients Is Not Enough
by Tony Vidler        Creating and keeping happy clients IS essential for the success of a professional practice.  There is no question about that.  But is it enough to help a practice grow at a greater than industry average pace?   I don’t believe so.   Being a great practitioner and running an efficient & […]
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Is Your Marketing Budget As Big As Your Dream?
by Tony Vidler        You probably want more business for your practice, and almost certainly want to do more business with higher value and more challenging client cases.   Well, something has to change. Something has to be done differently to get those opportunities. That something is “marketing”.  Your marketing has to change.   I […]
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5 Big Reasons Why Marketing Campaigns Fail
by Tony Vidler        We learn as we go in professional services, and that is especially true when it comes to analysing why a marketing campaign was a “fail”.   To be fair, few of us are trained in marketing at all so we do have to figure it out as we go along, and […]
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