2 Why Some Financial Planners Almost Always Have Engaged Clients
What is your value proposition that sets you apart from other financial planners? Do you use terms like: ‘independent’, ‘wealth management’, ’the best advisor’, ‘actual knowledge’, ‘CFP’, ’trustworthy’ or other features? The problem with this kind of terms is that it’s used by everyone. And it’s also not really compelling. It’s just a feature, while your client is really interested in benefits. So how does your (potential) client know why he has to do (or has to stay in) business with you? He doesn’t, unless you have the right value proposition. That’s why it’s essential to write it in the exact words that relate most to your target audience.
The easiest way – and for most financial planners a really scary way – to discover what these words are, is to do this: