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How often is too often to send emails?
by Tony Vidler        “How often should I send emails?” is the perpetual question asked by professionals who are beginning to build an engagement marketing system or lifting their client communications and services standards.   The objective is to find that balance between being continually present, but without being a nuisance.   The bad news is […]
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This is how Professional Services marketing has changed
by Tony Vidler        This is how much professional services marketing has changed in just the last few years…the head of a national real estate firm which settles 14,000 deals a year explained the marketing process and how they achieve their results.  Here it is: Over 95% of all new customer enquiries now begin online. 100% of […]
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Got a content problem? Get Google to deliver it…
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 […]
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How Often Should We Try To Engage With Clients?
by Tony Vidler        “How much is too much contact?”   “How often is too often?” Having bought into the need to engage with prospects and clients until they are ready to move ahead the next burning question from advisers centres upon what level of contact with customers is the “right amount”.   Much of […]
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Engage, Engage, Engage…make it a PROCESS!
by Tony Vidler        If real estate is driven by location, location, location, then surely the advice business is driven by engage, engage, engage.   I’ve previously posted about the problem with generating referrals consistently largely coming down to the lack of engagement with, and by, clients.  A process of engagement is also often the […]
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The easiest content-creation idea in the world!
by Tony Vidler        Even when advisers finally buy into the need to engage patiently with prospects the content creation required to feed an engagement marketing system worries them.  Creating content seems to be so hard for so many, which is odd because professional advisers are masters of creating content.  They do it every day […]
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Financial Adviser Marketing: Creating Ghost Town’s?
by Tony Vidler        I found this cartoon ages ago and I love it because it so accurately describes a huge marketing mistake that I keep seeing when it comes to financial adviser marketing:   Enormous effort and resource is put into creating wonderful websites, facebook pages and blogs…..then……nothing!   While there is an excellent […]
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Lead Nurturing: “Me luv you long time” actually pays off
by Tony Vidler        It’s funny how the phrase “me luv you long time” has become iconic while being used as a blatant untruth.  The way it is used in modern pop culture is to highlight precisely the opposite attitude – me no luv you much at all, but me luv your money.  Adopting this […]
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When To Take Online Engagement Offline
by Tony Vidler        A frequently asked question by professionals using digital marketing is “how, and when, do I take the online engagement offline into the real world?”   Let’s assume for the exercise that you have made a new connection on Linked for example.  Often professionals will make new connections and then wonder what […]
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Just a little different is enough to stand out
by Tony Vidler        In order to be different, and stand out in a positive way in a crowded and noisy marketplace, it pays to do things a little differently to your key competitors.  But just “A little differently” doesn’t mean you have to be radical.   The first step in working out how and where […]
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