“Too often, I meet with advisors who think of marketing as an afterthought or a “nice to have,” instead of a “have to have.” Marketing is seen as an expense, rather than an investment. Even worse, marketing is something that starts and stops for these advisors, sometimes on a whim or after a client loss. Mostly, I see marketing that has an inconsistent message or misses the target audience (if there is one).” – John Anderson, SEI
John Anderson is the creator and lead author of Practically Speaking blog and Managing Director of Practice Management Solutions for the SEI Advisor Network.
Original Blog Post is here.