The Art of Inbound Marketing 2.0 is the definitive resource on how financial advisors can build their practice with digital marketing. The book offers step-by-step, actionable ideas for connecting with clients and prospects online.
Craig Faulkner is the leading expert on inbound marketing for financial advisors. He has worked with thousands of advisors and speaks nationally at conferences, where he teaches advisors how to grow their practices using digital marketing.
“As an advisor, you’ve done certain things that have worked well. My advice is to keep those tried and true marketing strategies in the back of your mind as you read this book to see how they can be adapted to the digital space. For example, I was great at group presentations and I still give them, but these days most of them are live video broadcasts. Get creative and new ideas will come to you in every chapter.”
CEO – FMG Suite
The very first stand-alone book on inbound marketing specifically for financial advisors. I wish there had been a book like this when I launched my blog.
Partner & Director of Research, Pinnacle Advisory Group, Publisher of Nerd’s Eye View blog at Kitces.com
This book is the step-by-step resource on marketing for advisors in today’s digital world. Craig Faulkner has been in the business as long as any of us and is the leading expert on this subject.
Barron’s #1 Independent Financial Advisor and CEO of Peak Advisor Alliance
Marketing has changed so much in the past five years, and advisors must adapt their strategy to continue to stand out in a crowded market. Craig’s insights help advisors evolve their brand in a digital world.
Chief Marketing Officer, Cetera Financial Group
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