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The 1 Big Mistake Professionals Make When Trying To Position As An Expert
by Tony Vidler        One of the greatest ways to attract the type of business you prefer is “Expert Positioning”, and most professionals could do it if they really wanted to.  The reality is that most professionals are experts, and their knowledge should be highly valued…   But very few actually work to position themselves […]
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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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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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Getting to “Ideal Prospects Call Me!”
by Tony Vidler        We all want to be at the point where the ideal prospects just ring in – preferably continuously. So many incoming calls from ideal prospects in fact that we have to put our fees up just to control the demand.   Nirvana!   Oftentimes we see senior professionals where that is […]
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They won’t use us until they know what we do…
by Tony Vidler “Only 2% of consumers would go to a financial planner to take out life or other personal insurance” “Only 9% of consumers would go to a financial planner for retirement planning” “12% of consumers would seek investment advice from a financial planner” Wow.   What on earth do consumers think financial planners […]
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Targeting The Affluent: 3 Strategic Issues You HAVE To Get To Grips With
by Tony Vidler The nirvana for most professionals is to work only with affluent, and acquiescent, clients.  The challenge in doing so is that the affluent will inevitably become more difficult to get in front of personally. They will become less acquiescent.   As with the famous line from Jurassic Park – “life will find […]
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How to tap into the Principle Of Scarcity – and create some urgency for clients
By Tony Vidler The Principle Of Scarcity One of the more powerful principles of influence is the Principle Of Scarcity: people tend to want what they perceive as being limited, or difficult to get.   That is a difficult principle for professionals to tap into most of the time as the products and services that […]
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This is the secret to getting customers enthused when our products are boring
by Tony Vidler        How can we create or transfer enthusiasm to a customer when: Our products are as boring as the boring-est thing ever. The Value that customers receive from financial services products could be years and years and years away….if “physical value” actually ever turns up at all.    That sort of makes good […]
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How do you prepare clients to recommend you?
by Tony Vidler        Plenty of research is telling us that our future clients are making buying decisions differently today, than say 5 years ago.  Yet despite the impact of online content and search many consumers still ask their friends and family for recommendations.   How do we prepare our existing clients for that moment […]
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Publishing Content: it’s where professional aspiration meets effective marketing
by Tony Vidler Every professional should aspire to being an Authority to their chosen audience in my view.   The ideal is you have top-of-mind-awareness with your target market of course, but more than just being the first person they think of when a particular issue arises, you want to be positioned as their only […]
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