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Your Appointment Setting Campaign is Not Always a Crusade

September 27th, 2014

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Sometimes the marketing materials used in your appointment setting campaign feel like propaganda. If this makes you feel uncomfortable, don’t worry. You might be on to something. Is it really all right to give your entire campaign the look and feel of a crusade?

Now in the financial service, there are no shortages of causes worth fighting for. And often times, these tie directly into your business (whether it’s more transparent accounting or assisting uninsured). Yet at the same time, the controversies often arising from these causes can serve to trap marketers.

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Accounting Leads and the Power of Secrecy

September 20th, 2014

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Confidentiality is of utmost importance in the industry of accounting. Professionals are sworn to share financial information with only those who either the authority or the right.

What you may not yet know is that all this secrecy is also a component in some lead generation tactics.

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Your Accounting Leads Don’t Require Your Business Be Perfect

September 13th, 2014

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It sounds like an excuse, but it’s still a fact. You don’t have to offer the most flawless performance in order to generate leads for accountants. What you really need is something more realistic: Being better.

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Financial Lead Generation Tips – Does Crime Truly Pay?

September 6th, 2014

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If you’re in financial services, keeping costs down and getting higher returns are both default objectives. But oftentimes, this mentality has been typically misrepresented as the road to questionable practices (including marketing ones).

Whether it’s deliberate hacking schemes to simply black hat online tactics, these are usually seen as the ‘easy way out.’ And when you vilify this, often times the needs to keep costs down and profits up become casualties.

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