You may not realize this… but the holidays are right around the corner. And now for many of us are first instinct is to be overwhelmed. With the holidays come so many other important obligations. But here at Top Advisor Marketing Podcast, we’ve been thinking ahead and we want to ensure our listeners are able to enjoy the holidays. Because really, it is a time to have fun and celebrate. But it’s also an important to for creating and delivering high quality pieces of communication.
Joining us today to discuss how to make your holiday schedule a little lighter is returning guest Luke Acree, President of ReminderMedia. Luke and Matt explore options for advisors that can be used during the holidays to ensure you’re keeping up your touch count, but also providing high quality content to your audience. Taking the time to investigate your plan and strategy today will make for an easier December.
Listen in today to learn how you can stroke one item off your Holiday-to-do-list in August!
A Closer Look: Connecting with Millennials
Was Gridlock the Best Possible Outcome for Midterm Elections?
People Dislike Really Smart Leaders: It’s Quite True!
9 Quick Tips On Including Videos In Your Email Marketing
How to Work With a Narcissist
Roll Over 401(K) to IRA, but Keep Your Job
The Waterfall Effect or the Delicate Art of Alignment
Muni Technicals Weaken, but Relative Performance Holds Steady
What Customer Reaction to GDPR Is Telling Us About Our Data Culture
How to Get Rid of Your Toxic Work Culture
Investing in Life24 hours ago
Storyselling: Six Magic Words Guaranteed to Engage Your Clients
Development24 hours ago
How to Offer More to Your Ideal Clients
Solutions24 hours ago
Top 4 Themes in Impact Investing Right Now
Investments2 days ago
Global Equity Views 4Q 2018
Development2 days ago
How To Deliver Value During Prospect Engagement
Financial Podcasts2 days ago
How to Merge a CPA Firm With a Wealth Management Firm
Learn3 days ago
Millennials and Responsible Investing: Bridging the Generation Gap
Social Selling3 days ago
Is Spending Piles of Money on Marketing Just a Waste?