Gear up everyone. There is a new set of rules for approaching prospects and clients. As we look back on this past year, it is clear the pandemic has left people fatigued, stressed, and frustrated. The ongoing disruption and losses have caused people to reflect on things. Prospects and clients are asking themselves, who is truly bringing value to my life? Who is helping me feel secure amidst all this chaos? Is the money I am spending to work with a financial professional delivering the outcomes and experience I want?
One of the biggest challenges with niche marketing is getting results. There could be a variety of reasons for this, but most often it is due to approaching the market the wrong way. There are a few ingredients that need to happen to find success with niche marketing, not just in the short-term, but for a long-term sustainable approach for your business.
With everything going amidst market downturns and Corona, how you interact with prospective clients and position your message is key. It is tempting to leverage digital marketing platforms to reach new clients; however, your message needs to be about serving your clients’ emotional needs, not just their economic needs. This is the key to client development in a tumultuous market.
Communicating your value for Fee-Only advisers has become a competitive undertaking. It is complicated by fee pressures, access to affluent clients and an ever-evolving service model. Advisers try to set themselves apart from others, but in many cases, the message is missing the mark.
Social media content and marketing is key. The challenge is finding time and good ideas for compliance-approved material. Below are 10 easy ways to keep your social media content pipeline full. These 10 featured strategies will help you avoid going weeks or months at a time without posting any updates.
Let’s talk about the power of multi-advisor practices in the wealth management industry — also referred to as “ensemble practices,” based on the work of Philip Palaveev. You can chart the course and issues many practices encounter to a lesson learned from the legendary classic rock bands and artists of our time.
There are many personal branding tools you will use throughout your career and your professional bio is one of the most important. Your professional bio delivers a relevant story about you and how your experience benefits prospective clients. While a resume can be dry and straightforward, a professional bio ties your achievements to the outcomes you bring clients. The art of writing a must-read professional bio is simple, make it meaningful to the clients you want to serve.
Your clients have high expectations of you and your team. The challenge is delivering on a service model that is efficient for all clients while personalizing and enhancing the experience for your top clients.
Your brand is the identity of your firm. It conveys your business values and the value your clients will experience in every interaction with you. Building a brand takes time and requires thoughtful purpose and care to gain loyalty. Your brand needs to connect with clients in a relatable way so you gain their trust. In other words, you need to speak from the clients’ point of view. The following 5 essential elements in building a brand will help you foster loyalty and a more powerful presence in your marketplace.
For many professionals, particularly solo or smaller firms, webinar marketing can seem exciting and overwhelming. If you are the one organizing the event, promoting the event, and garnering registrations that can be a challenge. Many larger firms succeed with webinar marketing because they have a sizable operation for marketing and outreach.
When building a game plan for webinar marketing, there are 7 key mistakes you should avoid.