Events are a great way for advisors to build business and interact with qualified prospective clients, but you must be creative. Here are some fresh ideas.
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Forging real relationships -- in person and not just online -- builds not only long-term friendships, but business to boot, says one marketing expert.
Preparing now can position your firm for a tidal wave of success, but failing to understand and adapt to generational differences may create a shock wave for your firm.
Taking notes during client meetings is important, but what are you missing while you’re busy trying to jot down what you are hearing and (not) seeing?
Our attention spans are growing shorter and competing with multiple devices – often simultaneously. So in order to express an idea that gets noticed and shared, you need to trim your critical points into sound bites.
For advisors to get the most out of social media requires a strong consistent approach. Marie Swift, the Marketing Maven, offers these six handy strategies
You’ve set up a Twitter account and you know how to tweet, but how can you convert Twitter followers into prospects and then clients? Marie Swift, the Marketing Maven offers tips for Twitter power users.
“To build online influence in the age of social media, you must build a powerful online presence and consistently publish your thought leadership insights through a professional blog site,” says Stephanie Sammons, founder of Wired Advisor, a company that helps advisors set up search engine optimized blogs.
The Marketing Maven offers marketing insights from the Ladenburg Institute of Women and Finance Symposium
Social media is all about building trust and reputation, and the latest Edelman Trust Barometer shows its relevance is on the rise. Are you still on the sidelines?