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One of the biggest untapped opportunities for financial professionals today is leveraging all the technological advances available to you such as social media marketing, video production services and web-based leads. To be successful in today’s technology driven world, you need to have a compelling online presence for your financial services business.
When you meet with clients, do you use any tools besides pen and paper? You and your clients can benefit from implementing new technology in your financial services office. Here are a few ways you can easily improve your office by using technology.
Tags: practice management
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Financial advisors often make simple mistakes that they can correct to improve their businesses. These mistakes reduce their potential and can cause business to slow, or even worse, start to decline. Here are the top six mistakes you should avoid making in your financial services business.
If you are not currently using videos to promote your financial services business, you could be missing the greatest opportunities to build your practice, branding and visibility. Did you know that one third of all online activity involves watching videos and 90% of viewers say a video is helpful in the decision making process? If you have a website or social media account, those stats alone should prompt you to use video marketing for your firm. So how do you get started?
Don't leave your business's social media profiles incomplete. Follow these five steps to ensure that your social media profiles are complete and look professional.
When you host a prospecting event, what happens to those who don't immediately set appointments? If you don't stay in contact, they probably won't think of you when they're ready to make a financial decision.
How much of your business's information is stored on computers or online? What about your client files? It is critical to keep your business's data and your client information safe. There are a few simple measures that could increase the security of your information.
Tags: practice management
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