Marketing

How one broking business thought outside the marketing box

Broking industry professionals need to know how to promote their core business well. Jo Del Borrello from Launch Finance shares their innovative marketing techniques.

Five ways brokers can boost word-of-mouth leads in local communities

One strong marketing advantage a service-oriented business like broking has is a local presence. Here’s how to build your community profile.

How to become a thought leader in the broking industry

Thought leadership goes beyond sharing your ideas. It can be an effective marketing tool for your business, and a way to engage with existing and potential clients.

Ready, set, grow: Three steps to help your broking business flourish

Too often business owners treat their business as a job and fail to grow the company to its full potential. Here are three steps to help you refocus so your business can thrive.

How to reduce social media risks in your broking business

Social media platforms provide an affordable way to market your services but if you’re not 100% aware of the risks, it could cost you your business.

Five steps to marketing your business online

How to launch an effective digital marketing strategy in five easy steps.

Four analytics tools to track your business

Without website analytics, your business is stumbling in the dark. If web traffic analysis is new territory for you, check out our guide to some of the top tools available.

Top tips to get your blog noticed

Blogs are a great, quick and affordable way of getting your brand and ideas out there. But in a crowded market, how do you get your information heard and your expertise recognised?

How often should you post on social media?

How active should you be in promoting your business via social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn? This infographic explains all.

Great merchandise ideas to help you market your business

Promotional items are a fun and useful way to market your business. Here are some ideas and tips to consider when producing branded merchandise.

Six ways to strengthen your LinkedIn profile

How’s your LinkedIn profile looking? Follow these easy steps to improve your presence on this important marketing and networking platform.

How to use RBA rate announcements to reach out to customers and build your business

The RBA’s monthly interest rate announcements are an excellent opportunity to contact your marketing list, offer some well-timed mortgage advice, boost business and bolster your reputation.

Five tips for planning a successful digital marketing campaign

Digital marketing is more than knowing how to write newsletters and post on social media. Planning and ongoing evaluation play a big part in its success.

The Art of Growth: How to maximise existing customers

While it is important to focus on generating new client leads, maintaining existing clients is just as important

The most useful Google Analytics metrics for brokers

Google Analytics is a useful tool to help you examine your web traffic. Beyond numbers, metrics can show you who visits, how they find you and why they’re there.

Six ways to get the most from your marketing budget

You may not have the biggest marketing budget, so you need to spend it wisely. Here are six tips to optimise your marketing spend.

Strengthen your customer service with the personal touch

It only takes a little bit of effort to improve your customer service. Start with these tips and get more personal with your customers.

Five tips to improve your business e-newsletter

Sending a regular e-newsletter is a cost-effective way to stay top-of-mind with your customers, and to grow your contact list. Here are five tips for creating an e-newsletter that people want to open, read and share.

Five reasons why networking is good for your business

No mortgage broking business can exist in a vacuum, and networking is a great way to build relationships with your industry peers. It can also help you benchmark your business and give you valuable insights into your industry.

Come out the winner against market changes

Market change is a reality, but with the right approach it can be an opportunity to grow your business. These four tips will help you adapt to the changing market.

Keeping clients on the same page to improve conversions

Confusion between clients in a relationship about the outcome of a meeting could make it harder for you to achieve a conversion. Here’s how to make the message clear for them.

Getting advocates and generating client referrals

How to develop relationships that will generate client referrals and find new ways to engage clients who wouldn’t otherwise approach you.

Six new ways to ask for client referrals

A powerful way to generate leads is by asking other businesses or acquaintances to help you expand your network through referrals. We show you how.

5 ways to improve your first client meeting

You may think you’ve got your client meet-and-greet style down pat, but there are always ways to improve. We show you how to make that first meeting as productive as possible to set you up for a great working relationship.

Five fundamentals to a winning client value proposition

Having a strong and clear client value proposition (CVP) is essential when it comes to attracting the right kind of client. We show you the fundamentals when it comes to writing that winning CVP.

Using digital content to keep your business front of mind

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Five steps to gain and retain prospective clients

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The power of video marketing

With experts predicting that 2016 will be the year of video marketing, what can you… Read more

How to use LinkedIn to promote your business

LinkedIn offers a wide range of services you can use to promote your business, but… Read more

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