Marketing strategies of adviser firms
Whether advisory businesses need to have a marketing strategy is an interesting question to ask around the market. For some advisers it is seen as a waste of time as the majority of their business comes from referrals, either from existing clients or professional connections. For others, by building a defined brand for the firm and keeping a presence in the market, marketing helps to bring in a steady stream of new prospects.
Invariably, having a defined marketing strategy goes hand-in-hand with a desire to grow and scale a business, or where a firm wants to target a niche section of the market.
One way of finding out whether marketing works is to talk to those who do it. So for this ABR Special Report we interviewed a number of advisory firms about why they market, their strategies, the practicalities, what’s worked for them and how they measure the success of their marketing campaigns.
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