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Creating advocates
The 5 big C’s that will create advocates for you
by Tony Vidler        If you want to move clients up the loyalty ladder and create advocates for your business there are 5 critical areas that you have to demonstrate, and the clients have to believe, before the business relationship will bloom to full advocacy.   In this quick tips video we discuss these 5 […]
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Building A Systematic Referrals Business
by Tony Vidler        Building a successful advisory business requires building a systematic referrals process. Key words there are “systematic” and “process”.   In the absence of a strong system referrals will simply be received on an ad hoc basis, drifting in whenever a particular customer is especially motivated to do so, or when an […]
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10 Steps To Programming Referrals From Clients
by Tony Vidler        Getting referrals from clients is usually a very hit & miss thing for advisers…IF they remember to put the issue on the table at all.  Largely this is an issue created by not being systematic about obtaining leads from our satisfied customers.   Part of the reason for not being systematic […]
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Get More Referrals With Repetition
by Tony Vidler        Getting more referrals is a bit of a Holy Grail for most advisers.  Referrals are gold and we all know that, yet it seems so hard for so many professionals to create consistent and constant referral business.  We know that referrals remain the most powerful marketing despite the plethora of advertising and […]
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The 4 Parts To Getting The COI Onboard
by Tony Vidler        Getting the COI onboard requires a fair bit more than a smile and a handshake.  The potential Centre-Of-Influence that you want to network with is the gatekeeper to the clients you want to work with, and there are generally 4 things that stand in the way of them actually letting you […]
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Does Face-to-Face Time Fuel Referrals Really?
by Tony Vidler        Virtual meetings are efficient, but if there is one thing that can help any professional fuel referrals it is face-to-face time with clients and influencers.   Actual getting-together-with those other humans more often tends to lead to better or deeper relationships, and more opportunities to be positioned for referrals and recommendations. […]
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Make Your Testimonials Resonate With Prospects
by Tony Vidler        Testimonials are great marketing, but they are losing their effectiveness a little if you still do them conventionally.  All is not lost with testimonials however, as one small change CAN make them resonate with your target audience a little better.   Consumers are not silly and they know we are never […]
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Appealing To An Influencers Self Interest For Common Good
by Tony Vidler        Advisers should not overlook the potential to generate more interest with influencers in referring clients by appealing to their self interest.   I am talking about their self-interest in the context of helping them keep their clients in business – not from the perspective of tryin g to simply make more […]
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How much TIME do super-successful advisers spend on marketing?
by Tony Vidler        How much an adviser should spend on marketing is a perennial question with an expectation that there is a definitive $ or % answer.   There isn’t.  So the better question is how much time should an adviser spend on marketing.   We know that time is money.  We know that […]
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The Easiest Way To Get More Referrals
by Tony Vidler          The easiest method for anyone to generate and get more referrals and favourable introductions is to GIVE more referrals and introductions.   This is just not done as much as it could or should by most professionals, and usually they say it is because they “didn’t think of it”.   […]
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