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How can you value financial advice?
by Tony Vidler        Putting a value upon financial advice is a tough issue for advisers and consumers alike.  There is a pretty basic concept as far as “Value” goes for any consumer purchase though which is not a bad starting point, and it can be put into a formula: “Value = Benefits – Cost“ It […]
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Financial Advisers Digital Marketing Starter Pack
by Tony Vidler        If you are an adviser who has mastered digital marketing then you don’t need to read this.  If you’re an adviser who thinks having a website IS the digital marketing plan, then you need to read on. My reason for being that blunt at the outset is that I want to just […]
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Who says you can’t teach old dogs new tricks?
by Tony Vidler        Old folk don’t take on new technology and new ideas, right? You just can’t teach them. Or is that “us”? Well that theory is getting blown away in a pandemic-like-way…   There has been a continuous lament for years about the ageing of the financial advisory business and it is certainly true when […]
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Innovation in delivering Financial Advice: Does it have to be this way?
by Tony Vidler        “Innovation” and “delivering financial advice” do not usually go together for the majority in the industry. The way advice is delivered by tens of thousands of professionals tends to gravitate to the same methodology.  There is safety hiding in the herd, right?     Then the  type of advice delivered by tens […]
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Details Matter: They Can Double The Return On Your Marketing
by Tony Vidler        Details matter. That attitude was a significant contributor to Apple’s success.  It was the centrepiece of Steve Jobs approach to design.  It made him (and Apple) swags of money.   While beautiful design is not really the forte of professional services firms, we do share something in common with Apple back when […]
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How to get more eyeballs on your Call-To-Action
by Tony Vidler        Getting prospective customers to move from content engagement to your call-to-action is a critical step in improving qualified leads, and conversions of them to clients.  One of the things I love about technology today is that there are always new applications helping you to improve your sales and marketing efforts in this […]
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A Value Creation Model For Advisory Firms
by Tony Vidler        “Innovate or die” said Peter Drucker.  Innovation is of course about finding new ways to create value.   Have financial advisers been innovating in recent years?  Have they been finding new ways to create value?  If not, does it mean they are slowly slipping towards their commercial death?   Many have […]
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How To Crack The Content Creation Conundrum
by Tony Vidler        Content Creation appears to be the Number 1 barrier for professionals wanting to use digital marketing tactics.  Inevitably I seem to hear   “……Yeah, I think social media would be useful….but I have nothing to write about and nothing to say….”   Creating content is an issue.  Just as big an […]
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Where to begin with social media marketing?
by Tony Vidler        As professional advisers are more often than not still contemplating how to use social media as part of their overall marketing and client communication strategies 3 huge questions dominate their thinking: 1.  Which social media platform should I use? 2.  What should I post or publish? 3.  How often should I […]
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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.  For years –  decades perhaps –  they have been able to keep a constant source of prospective future clients coming through the front doors, yet for most this is now a […]
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