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Where your Value Proposition REALLY fits in
by Tony Vidler        A well crafted and well articulated Value Proposition is the key component in any good marketing strategy.  Even though it is the most important part of the entire marketing message, it is not the first thing however…   To craft a great marketing message for your business there are three essentials […]
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Why Prospects See Advisers The Way They Do
by Tony Vidler        I once listened to a good friend, who is also a client and a good centre of influence and an advocate, explain what I do to someone else.  It provided a shining example of why some prospects see us the way they do.   When my client & friend tried to […]
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No Value Proposition? Then how will prospects decide who to choose?
how to avoid being a commodity as a professional adviser and being chosen on price or convenience comes down to having a strong value proposition. Building a great brand involves more than just a value proposition, but this alone can eliminate those who choose just on price...
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Differentiate By Building A Strong Promise
by Tony Vidler        There are notable differences between high growth professional firms and others when it comes to differentiating themselves.  How they choose to express their value and stand out is quite different to the mainstream.   Undoubtedly the average or low growth firms inability to express what their difference is in relation to […]
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Identifying your uniqueness is as easy as 1, 2…
by Tony Vidler        Your fingerprint is a unique identifier.  Nobody else has the same one as you.   There…we have firmly established that every reader is unique.   So why do so many professionals struggle to identify their uniqueness and present that to the market?   To create truly effective personal marketing in professional […]
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Some customers you probably don’t want
by Tony Vidler        Fact: some customers you just don’t want.  Most of us would agree that we should contribute to the greater good of society, and engage in pro bono work to help some of those who can’t afford us, but we are are running commercial enterprises.   Not all customers are good customers […]
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The uncertain road ahead for an advice business
by Tony Vidler        A constant question for  many advisers, particularly when they’ve been sitting about over a break quietly contemplating the road ahead, is what do they have to do to prepare, or adapt?   Obviously there is enormous uncertainty about what lies ahead for advice businesses; some of it predictable and some of […]
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The Professional’s Branding Challenge: how to look different while blending in (& why it matters)
by Tony Vidler        When it comes to creating a personal brand as a professional, the irony is we have to look different – while blending in and looking the same.   One cannot afford to look any less professional than your peers or competitors.  So to a large degree degree there is a market […]
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3 ways to get the low-hanging fruit
by Tony Vidler        Everyone wants business to be as easy as possible, yet we so often make it harder than it has to be.   What’s wrong with living on some low hanging fruit if there is more of it than you can eat? Nothing is wrong with it – it’s smart business.  And […]
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How to find your Niche
by Tony Vidler        Knowing and working exclusively in your niche is nirvana for most professionals.     Your niche is that absolute sweet spot where what you are fabulous at overlaps with what you love doing, and it is something that other people value and will pay you for.   It is not a simple […]
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