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The Best Marketing Book For Financial Advisors In 2014 [Must Read Book]

The Must Read Marketing Book For Financial Advisors

You are going to thank me for this one! Just call this book recommendation an early Christmas gift from your ol’ pal Joe Simonds. And if you are a father, go ahead and buy this one today as a personal Father’s Day gift for yourself. The book that I am going to recommend is by far the best marketing book for financial advisors in 2014 that I have read. In fact, this is one of those books that as I was reading it, I kept thinking how excited I was to share this with the financial advisors (like you) who have been following us all year.

This book missed the cutoff for my incredibly popular blog called “The Top 10 Must Read Books for Financial Advisors” a month ago simply because I had not read this one yet. But it certainly trumps most of those and if you are going to read any book this year, please make it this one. I read books like crazy, and I have not come across anything that spelled out the future for financial advisor marketing like this book.

Here it is…The best marketing book for financial advisors in 2014

The book is called Youtility by Jay Baer and it not only will tell you exactly how to create the most powerful long-term marketing tool for your business that you can imagine, it even gives you numerous examples of other small and large businesses that have incorporated this marketing secret.

The foreword alone about a small business pool owner who was getting close to closing his company and now is making millions from this one secret (which cost him hardly any money) is worth the entire price of admission.

You can’t afford not to read this best marketing book for financial advisors today!

Click here or the picture below to see the hardcover, kindle, and audible book versions.


P.S. – Please share this blog using the social shares as my goal is to get every financial advisor that I can to read this book. Our entire industry will be better because of it.


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Fernando Godinez

Fernando Godinez is the CEO of Advisor Internet Marketing. He’s been the architect behind some of the top financial advisors online presence in the country and help them triple their practice through online lead generation. Over the past few years he has been responsible for generating over 500k leads through online marketing and lead generation campaigns for independent financial advisors.

  • Jeffrey Lord
    3:18 PM, 17 June 2014

    I am 73% done with this book already (I am reading this on my Kindle). I saw this post you made and was already in the middle of reading this so I thought I would comment and say how right you are. This book is fantastic and just reinforces everything you guys talk about. I really like this book and I love your digital marketing manifesto and all of these videos and articles you guys are putting out there. Great job, and great book recommendations!

    • Joe Simonds
      3:37 PM, 17 June 2014

      Thanks Jeffrey! The Foreward by Marcus Sheridan is something that every salesperson and marketer in the country in and of itself. And then the rest of the book just piles more evidence of “smart marketing is help, not hype”.

      Thanks again for the comment.

  • Carl Ostenson
    11:27 AM, 20 June 2014

    Just bought it. Thanks for the recommendation.

    • Joe Simonds
      1:25 PM, 20 June 2014

      Excellent Carl! Let Luke and I know what you think when you are done. I just had Luke read it this week and he loved it.

  • Chris Fletcher
    11:47 AM, 14 July 2014

    Hey Joe, picked up this book last night and couldn’t put it down until 2am. Thanks a lot.

    Recommended to a client, too 🙂

    • Joe Simonds
      12:08 PM, 14 July 2014

      Chris, perhaps my next book review can be on “How to get a good night’s sleep…”

      Glad you enjoyed.

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