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How to do client video testimonials the right way!
by Tony Vidler        Testimonials are good for business – but we all know that. Video testimonials are even better for business – and not everyone has got THAT yet. Being able to see the body language, and hear the inflections in a clients voice as they talk about their positive experience, are far more […]
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how good do you look online
The Basics Of “Looking Good” – Professionally Speaking
by Tony Vidler        These days our image precedes us…people are forming impressions about us from the initial contact and their initial search results.  Those initial searches and follow up emails create a professional image immediately, and hopefully establish a position of credibility (and perhaps authority) in the prospects mind.  It is essential therefore to […]
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Yin and yang of modern marketing
How To Blend Old AND New Marketing Methods: An Example
by Tony Vidler        Old, traditional, marketing methods….or new, modern, methods? Which is best?   Neither are “best”…and both can be pretty effective.  Using the best of both simultaneously though can be fabulous.   Traditional marketing methods mixed with modern technology, data-driven insights and delivery platforms can be extremely effective…in fact using everything is absolutely […]
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Your key for unlocking endless creative content ideas
by Tony Vidler        How we engage with prospective customers has changed fundamentally in the last few years, and smart operators know that delivering engagement and meaningful content is critical to establishing authority, credibility and relevance for your target market.  In fact, ongoing engagement while consumers choose when they will engage is 90% of the […]
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3 Reasons Why Professionals Should Be Using Twitter
by Tony Vidler        It seems to be one of the least understood social media channels in the professional services world, and barely (or poorly?) used by many.   For any professional looking to build an audience and a personal brand centred on being an authority, or expert, in a particular area it is a […]
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Sell holes, not drills, to get more customers
by Tony Vidler         When people go to the hardware store and buy a fantastic electric drill they are not usually terribly interested in the drill itself.   They want a hole.   This is an elementary truth about consumers buying behaviour  They buy products for what the products can do for them, not because […]
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Social Media: Are you hogging the conversation?
by Tony Vidler        You should post on social media once a week.   No.  You should post 6 times a day!   ummmm….how much is right?   The short answer is “it depends”.   It depends on the platform you are using, and it depends on your target audience and their appetite for content […]
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4 Ways to make your emails effective marketing tools!
by Tony Vidler        There is no doubt that the most frequently used method of business communication today is still email.  One could go so far as to say it is still the dominant digital marketing medium. It begs the question “why don’t more professionals put more effort into making it a central part of […]
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You know it is time to review the marketing plan when…
by Tony Vidler        It seems advisers think this is the time of the year to review their marketing plan…but perhaps any time of the year is the “right” time to review it?   The “right time” to review your marketing plan is when it isn’t providing the results you wanted, or needed in your […]
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Does Social Media ACTUALLY work for financial advisers?
by Tony Vidler        It seems the question is still being asked by most advisers on social media: does it actually work in growing an advisory business?   Remarkably, most professionals that I meet and talk to still consider social media to be some sort of “teenager or millennial thing”, or “something which doesn’t seem […]
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