I have not personally met Andie before but I will make sure to contact her and learn form her. If you can find people who are making it happen, make sure to be proactive and make the first step toward them to ask them for help and advice. The same applies to you primary business sponsor.
Check out the company’s web site. Usually, you put in your name and email address and that will get on the company’s web site. On the site, carefully read and listen to their video, and maybe get on an online webinar or conference call to learn more and hear what other have to say about their success. By all means, listen!
Wouldn’t it be great if whatever subject you write, people can actually find you on google or any other search engine site? If you’re writing articles every week you will definite get traffic to your site.
Webinar Tip 4: Be clear with yourself WHY you are doing this webinar. Is it a freebie? Do you want to make money? Is it to gain practice? Because if you aren’t clear, you will put pressure on yourself for the wrong reasons i.e. it has to be perfect (but it’s my first one); “I’m doing it for free” (but you can’t afford to) and so on.
Love it or loathe it – this method of marketing has been for many the crem de la crem. We talk below about Internet marketing which has been a huge addition for those that relied solely on semniar marketing in the past. This newest form of gathering client assets will likely overtake the seminar market in the years to come, but in the flesh Webinar Jeo Review is still the flavour du jour in financial adviser marketing. Please realize for those attempting to be a fee only advisor it’s not just the quantity of assets and/or clients – but the quality.
If you have a MySpace page yourself then maybe you can relate to what I’m talking about whereby either you see the bulletins or even your personal inbox full of messages from people left and right pitching their business opportunity with messages such as….
A vast majority of us are NOT programmers and cannot write in program language: PHP, Sql/Mysql, Ajax, and html are all probably foreign languages to you and that is fine. You can still create software and advanced web applications without knowing programming language, but you must have a vision. If you can dream and visualize what you would like to create, enough to write an elaborate description (remember: your team will build exactly to your specs) and draw a mind map; then you can create software by outsourcing to a professional coder.