An AI Written Blog is Good – But Something Important is Missing

I recently did a quick request in ChatGPT to see what would result. The request I entered was “create a blog on marketing for financial advisors.” In less than 5 seconds it produced a content rich blog post (see below) for financial advisors. It is an excellent list of best practices that coincides with what we implement at Red Zone Marketing and the research we have done on what is working for advisors.

But what is missing? 

Well, if in 5 seconds AI can tell you what to do, it must be already well known and easy to accomplish. True and not true. What is missing is the “how.” How do you specifically implement the good marketing ideas AI suggests in YOUR practice? Frankly, it’s easy to create a list of best practices and much harder to implement them. 

What financial advisors need to be successful in their marketing efforts and new business development is to start with a strategic marketing plan that includes an implementation calendar, a coordinator to do the work, and a way to track KPIs, outcomes and results. The “what” is readily available and shared below. The harder part is the “how” you can get it done. 

Is it time to kick start your marketing? Check out our newest special, The Marketing Accelerator,  designed to answer the “how” for YOU. 


AI WRITTEN BLOGTitle: “Navigating the Digital Landscape: Effective Marketing Strategies for Financial Advisors”

Introduction: In today’s fast-paced digital era, establishing a robust online presence is crucial for financial advisors seeking to connect with clients and grow their businesses. With the increasing competition in the financial advisory industry, adopting innovative marketing strategies is essential to stand out from the crowd. This blog aims to guide financial advisors through effective marketing techniques tailored to the digital landscape.

  1. Define Your Target Audience: Before diving into marketing strategies, it’s crucial to identify and understand your target audience. Define the demographics, financial goals, and challenges of your ideal clients. This will help tailor your marketing messages and strategies to resonate with their needs and preferences.
  2. Build a Professional Website: Your website is often the first point of contact for potential clients. Ensure it is professional, user-friendly, and mobile-responsive. Include a clear value proposition, information about your services, client testimonials, and a blog to showcase your expertise.
  3. Content Marketing: Create high-quality, relevant content to establish yourself as an authority in the financial advisory space. Regularly publish blog posts, articles, and whitepapers on topics that address the concerns and interests of your target audience. Share this content across your social media platforms to increase visibility.
  4. Leverage Social Media: Engage with your audience on popular social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. Share valuable content, participate in discussions, and use these platforms to showcase your expertise. Utilize paid advertising options to target specific demographics and expand your reach.
  5. Email Marketing: Build and maintain an email list to nurture relationships with potential and existing clients. Send regular newsletters with valuable content, updates, and personalized offers. Segment your email list based on client preferences and behaviors for more targeted communication.
  6. Search Engine Optimization (SEO): Optimize your website for search engines to improve its visibility in search results. Use relevant keywords, create compelling meta descriptions, and ensure your website loads quickly. Regularly update your website with fresh content to boost its SEO rankings.
  7. Educational Webinars and Workshops: Host webinars and workshops on topics relevant to your audience. This not only positions you as an expert but also provides a platform for direct interaction with potential clients. Promote these events through your website, social media, and email marketing.
  8. Partnerships and Networking: Collaborate with other professionals in related fields, such as accountants or attorneys. Attend industry conferences, networking events, and join online communities to expand your professional network. Word-of-mouth referrals can be powerful in the financial advisory industry.
  9. Client Testimonials and Case Studies: Feature client testimonials and case studies on your website and marketing materials. Positive reviews and success stories build trust and credibility, helping potential clients feel more confident in choosing your services.
  10. Compliance and Ethics: Given the highly regulated nature of the financial industry, ensure all your marketing efforts comply with industry regulations and ethical standards. Clearly communicate your commitment to transparency and client well-being in all marketing materials.

Conclusion: In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, financial advisors must adapt their marketing strategies to effectively connect with clients. By leveraging a combination of online tools, content marketing, and networking, financial advisors can build a strong online presence, attract new clients, and differentiate themselves in a competitive market.

Yes, it IS time to kick start your marketing! Check out our newest special, The Marketing Accelerator,  designed to answer the “how” for YOU. 

Maribeth Kuzmeski, PhD, President of Red Zone Marketing, is a marketing strategist, advisor to financial services companies, bestselling author of nine books, and a professional speaker rated as a Top 25 C-Suite Speaker as seen in Meetings & Conventions Magazine. She speaks on topics including marketing, branding, sales, and customer service.

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