The best messaging in the world can’t shine through a shoddy or outdated website. But the sharpest-looking website also won’t convert visitors into clients if the messaging isn’t on target for your ideal client profile. You have to strike the right balance between presenting long- and short-form content alongside engaging visuals.
Bringing in new business and new clients may require having a better website. In fact, it may require having a great website. But how do you know if your website is great? Simply put – the site should help you reach your goals. So, what are your goals, and is your site working? Take this quick 4-question assessment to evaluate how your site is working for your firm.
The 5 proven marketing strategies most likely to help you generate new business in 2018
By Maribeth Kuzmeski, PhD
Most likely you already have many marketing ideas – but are they working in today’s environment for financial advisors? Here are five easy-to-implement strategies that are working right now to attract new clients and fans, expose your brand, get people talking, and differentiate yourself.
Your website has become your most important, most viewed marketing tool. Does your site truly represent you, your benefits, and your main differentiators? Does it compel people to want to do business with you – or does it do the opposite? (If you missed out on our website tips 1-3, and website tips 4-6 check them out)
One Theme: What is the ONE thing you want people to know about you?
If new business is not coming in as fast as you would like, consider making changes to your website (if you missed out on our website tips 1-3, check them out here). Nine out of ten people will check out your website before deciding whether to come in and see you. Here are three quick tips for fixing your website and driving more qualified prospects to you from your website.
Improve Your “About Us”: The biggest mistake made on many websites is not clearly explaining who you are,