The Proven Formula for a Perfect Headline

Being around the online marketing realm for more than 5 years now, I’ve seen my fair share of good and bad headlines. The Financial Advisors who blog spend a lot of time writing awesome content, but how many of you spend time creating powerful & engaging headlines? I’m willing to bet that you are not spending […]

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Mr Rogers $20 Million YouTube Presentation Secrets

Many of us grew up watching Mr. Rogers, or maybe you have children or grandchildren that tuned into Mr. Rogers on PBS. I stumbled across a video that truly encapsulates how you can be powerfully persuasive with online videos or in-person with your clients. After watching the video below, I was able to see the two biggest […]

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What Do Your Prospects See When They Google Your Name?

Are there skeletons coming out of the closet that you don’t want your clients, prospects, friends, and family to see?

It can be a very scary scenario when you have things out on the web that aren’t flattering to you or your image…and in some cases you don’t even know about it. An irritated old client, client’s children, and even competitors can post something negative about you (like a negative review, scam alert, etc) in just clicks of a button.

The good news is that if you have anything out on the web that is negative, there is a way to fix this.

But first let me ask you a question…

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To Blog or not to Blog…That is the Question.

Since starting Advisor Internet Marketing back in January of this year, I can’t tell you how many times I have been asked this question by a financial professional…

“Should I really be blogging, and will it really help me generate new leads?”

My answer…”Nope, you should never blog…because if you do it will just make it harder for the few of us financial professionals who actually are blogging to continue to create massive amounts of free search engine traffic while stealing some of your prospects and clients, all while working from home.”

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Top 6 Niches for Financial Advisors

“Riches are made in Niches”

This quote above is becoming more and more true every single day in America. And not just in the financial services industry, but everywhere. If you look at any occupation, you can see living proof that riches are truly made by defining, targeting, and becoming an expert in a certain niche.

To ignore this could be very costly as a financial advisor.

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