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Outsourcing: Can that “expert” actually walk the talk?
by Tony Vidler They say that the easiest people to sell to are the people who sell for a living, and there is a bit of truth to that. Who the advisers turn to for advice in their business affairs often astounds me. Nowhere is this more true than when it comes to […]
3 things will get you attention and traction with Twitter.
by Tony Vidler “How should I use Twitter” is the question which follows the decision to embrace it. In other words, how do you get Twitter attention and then get traction with a following? There has been a paradigm shift in recent years as more and more information is available, and on more […]
The 6 Necessities of Modern Marketing for Financial Advisers
by Tony Vidler I have no doubt that many financial advisers are struggling to understand what happened to their previously successful marketing methods. Marketing for financial advisers was for years – decades perhaps – a simple matter of making a lot of calls and keeping a constant source of prospective future clients coming through […]
by Tony Vidler Sharing great content on LinkedIn certainly helps in building a professional profile and to showcase your areas of expertise, and it is a very simple thing to do. Most LinkedIn users who have done more than set up their basic profile have figured out how to share someone elses update […]
An advisers engagement process might look something like this…
by Tony Vidler It is a rarity for a new customer to walk in off the street and just decide to buy some insurance or an investment product or a bit of planning from you, right? That probably hasn’t happened for 10 years (if ever!). So how do they decide to buy […]
by Tony Vidler Prospecting today is a continual process, not a series of one off actions as it once was. Eons ago when financial advisory work was essentially just a continual series of product sales the prospecting required to be successful was repetitive and continual, but each prospecting call was a one-time […]