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How to predict your 2013 Annuity Marketing Success

Recently a quick assessment was posted on Life Health Pro by Maribeth Kuzmeski.  According to Kuzmeski, answering these 8 questions will tell you a lot about your marketing strategy for this year. 1) Do you have an up to date website? And does the site have a call to action to engage your prospects? 2)  Click to Continue

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3 Sales questions that are key to sparking action

In a recent article by Jill Konrath, she discusses key questions to ask in a sales situation and why.  First start with a question about their current situation, then move onto finding out what their challenges have been recently and what hurdles they’re currently facing, and finally, what have they been doing to combat these  Click to Continue

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Simple Rules to an Effective Social Media Presence

We see it everyday, practically every business advertisement has some reference to a social media site, Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn…. the names go on and on. The use of Social media has become one of the most powerful ways to increase exposure and generate interest in whatever it is you may be pitching. Following these tips  Click to Continue

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How Can I Pay for College

 Those of you who are parents and have clients that are parents eventually come to the topic of paying for college. Whether in a social setting or during the discovery process, it is one the of the highest needs clients are looking to have met.  They can be younger and wanting to grow their money  Click to Continue

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Power of Webinars

Donny Gamble says it right in this piece on using webinars to drive your business up a level.  If you want to be the authority, then you most likely will need to start doing them for your clients and future clients.   If you haven’t yet discovered the power of webinars for your business, blogs,  Click to Continue

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Now’s The Time For Safe Money

How many of your clients do you think would move over into safe money products prior to a drop in the foreseeable future? The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index may fall as much as 24 percent and the euro might tumble to $1.20 if the U.S. economy slows further and Europe’s debt crisis widens, said  Click to Continue

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