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THE SIMPLE WARM INTRODUCTION APPROACH (SWIA)… is Word of Mouth Marketing

The Simple Warm Introduction Approach is Client Centric Marketing’s simple and effective approach that transforms best clients into productive centers of influence. It has always been the obvious path to quickly, efficiently, and sustainably grow your business… but it has never been a reality, until now.

The best thing SWIA can be learned and integrated into your practice within 30 days or less, and produces measurable, positive results immediately.

It comfortably builds on an Advisor’s “best client” relationships and quickly provides warm, personally endorsed introductions to and appointments with the quality friends and colleagues of their best clients.

Because SWIA’s approach seamlessly integrates with your financial practice, you market as you work. So you can learn and test SWIA while conducting your daily business activities.

What Happens When You Adopt CCM and the Simple Warm Introduction Approach?

What can you expect from this excellent, new, quality client development strategy for Financial Advisors?

  • Your new high-quality warm introductions and new first appointments will increase significantly.
  • You will create quality client advocates who are productive centers of influence.
  • Your productivity and revenue will substantially increase on an ongoing basis.
  • You will be differentiated from the competition.
  • You will market while you work.
  • You will do more of the work you love with the people you love to work with: quality clients and their quality friends and colleagues.
  • You will have less stress and more success!

The Proof 

The CCM program and the Simple Warm Introduction Approach is structured with a complimentary coaching component, specifically to provide proof-of-concept.

To learn more about Client Centric Marketing and SWIA, book your 30-minute call with Matt Bellis today:

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Developing Social Capital Is Incredibly Important

Social Capital is the key to developing Client Advocates. It’s an asset Advisors already possess, but when left unused, it represents a significant opportunity loss.

The best way to understand Social Capital is by thinking about your relationships with your clients.

Your clients trust you with their financial assets. However, do they trust you enough to go far beyond referrals, to warmly and personally introduce you to their circle of friends and colleagues, people who are just like them?

That’s Social Capital, the outcome of the strong relationships you already have with most of your best clients.

So, how do you activate your Social Capital?

It’s driven by having a compelling marketing story (see post – The Bad News. Your Marketing Story Sucks!) that subtly addresses your clients’ worldview of Financial Advisors and the Financial Industry. (see Darth Vader post)

A compelling marketing story is what differentiates you and makes you remarkable.  It’s what will move many of your qualified clients to become Client Introducers, advocates who will share your story with their qualified circle – sharing with them who you are, not telling them what you do.

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