As desktop publishing has become less and less expensive and more advisors are building brochures to advertise their practices, marketing organizations are encouraging teams to articulate their value proposition to the marketplace. There are a few guidelines advisors can follow to improve their marketing materials and there a few mistakes they should be sure to avoid.

Here are two glaring errors that many advisors make with practice brochures. These are best avoided if you want your material to work effectively.

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