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"When it comes to marketing my financial planning & investment services, I feel like I’ve tried it all – with mixed results. It was only after working with Kristin that I could see the full benefits of niche marketing along with the right process of identifying a niche that works for me and my business. Kristin brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table to help advisors discover their best client opportunities. I can’t recommend Kristin highly enough. Plus, she practices what she preaches." - Russ Thornton, CDFA™
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Featured Posts by Kristin Harad
I’ve always been a big fan of leading with values. After all, how are you supposed to decide what choices make sense if you do not have absolute clarity on what matters most to you? You may use values-oriented exercises with your clients to help develop a meaningful financial plan...
As an independent financial planner trying to do it all, you may wonder where to invest your effort in marketing for the best outcome and how to know if a particular outlet makes sense for your business. Make your decision easy by returning to the basic tenets of direct marketing....
Financial planners and advisers often describe marketing as the act of attracting “leads” to your firm whom you can then sell on becoming a client. With this myopic view you will miss out on multiple (and perhaps easier) ways to make more money in your business. Marketing is so much more...
For the past decade I’ve listened as financial advisers tell me they are afraid if they pick a niche and speak to one target audience, they will lose out on opportunities. Financial planners get nervous about pigeonholing themselves, so they keep their options open, and do not commit to the...