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When you cannot think of a better way to market yourself, try this…
by Tony Vidler        When all else fails and you are at a loss to market your particular value as an adviser, the safest marketing path is to sell “convenience”.   We all know, because we all do it, it is simply more convenient to go to the supermarket than an array of specialty shops.  […]
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How to create more compelling offers
by Tony Vidler        What financial advisers do is valuable, but it is often not compelling.  Retirement is so far away…there’s plenty of time to do stuff, right?  Insurance is important, but I’m probably not going to actually need it for a few years yet, right?  And on it goes…we battle a lack of urgency […]
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Professional Positioning Powers Elite Performance
by Tony Vidler        The elite performing financial advisers are substantially better at positioning themselves professionally than average advisers are.   That positioning really pays off too: surveys suggest that they get 2.5 X MORE business from new clients than average advisers.  And to really highlight the performance difference they are getting vastly higher business levels […]
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The Marketing Tactics You Should Consider Using
by Tony Vidler        Which marketing tactics are worth considering for your professional promotion largely comes down at the start to being clear about whether you are wanting to be sen as a “General Practitioner” or whether you are trying to establish a position as a “specialist”.   The tactics that will tend to work […]
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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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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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Make Your Marketing A Machine!
by Tony Vidler        One of the essentials for practice growth is to build a marketing machine.  A combination of mini-systems and components that keep the whole motor running at full speed.   Most professionals have elements of the marketing machine…but just elements.  They haven’t built the full system – and then of course they […]
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How to get better positioning with LinkedIn Endorsements
by Tony Vidler A feature of LinkedIn which is particularly helpful to a professionals’ positioning is the “Skills & Endorsements” section of your individual profile.  This section is only helpful though if it fairly reflects you expertise and there is a reasonable volume of support attesting that you do have that expertise.   Unfortunately this […]
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