You Have A Marketing Story That May Suck…

Change your marketing story from suck to success with Client Centric Marketing

Are you wondering why your high-quality and best clients are not personally introducing you to their high-quality best friends and colleagues? Wondering why you have so few brand new, warm and exceptional first appointments? What could be happening?

It’s probably because your “Marketing Story” is not worth talking about.

Why? Because it’s not remarkable.

The Problem

We have talked with countless Financial Advisors and for the most part, their marketing stories are the same. Their focus is on how they are different, where they went to school, the degrees they have earned, how great their numbers are, their charitable work, family, and so on.  

Your high-quality clients and your best prospects don’t see this kind of story as remarkable. Our Client Centric Marketing approach will change how they see your practice by adopting a different strategy.

Here’s How You Can Change Your Marketing Story

You need to move away from your old marketing story. Once you do that, everything changes. Not only will your clients respond to you, but they will also talk about you to their friends and colleagues. Because your story is more remarkable, your high-quality activity will increase significantly and consistently.

Developing a better and more productive modern marketing story requires a process that shows you understand your client base and their predominant worldview. This worldview is a distrust of Advisors and the Financial Services Industry (See Darth Vader Post). So any form of puffery or trying to “sell” them anything will figuratively slam their doors in your face.

Think about it. If you don’t have a schedule that’s consistently filled with excellent personal introductions and first appointments that are warm and personally introduced to you by your high-quality best clients, then your story probably sucks. 

Learn to quickly master this innovative strategy for new, high-quality client development!