Posts Tagged ‘ article ’

What Do You Write About? Part #2

Jan 7th, 2009 | By | Category: Marketing Professional Services, Marketing Services by Writing, Practice Building With Backend Sales

If you haven’t read yesterday’s post What Do You Write About? Part #1, then click here and read it first. We’ll be continuing from the point where that post ended.

Meaning, you’ll now have a listing of results that show all the blogs Google thinks you want to know about, who have recently written on the subject you entered in the search box. Your next step is to start going through them one by one and scanning them to see what is being written on your topic.



What Do You Write About? Part #1

Jan 6th, 2009 | By | Category: Marketing Professional Services, Marketing Services by Writing, Practice Building With Backend Sales

Article, report and whitepaper writing continue to lead the pack as things you can write to generate interest in your practice and establish your credentials as an authority figure. What is always hard is developing a list of topics to write on developing those ideas into a topic.

In either an earlier post or an email to the members of the Instant Practice Builder (http://instantpracticebuilder.com), I mentioned that one of the best ways to develop subject matter is to make a note of the question a client has when they call you and find an angle to turn that question and your answer into an article or report.



Practice Development Begins At Home

Jan 1st, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Marketing Professional Services

Today is the first day of 2009 and here I finally join in with most every other guru wannabe and make the obligatory first of the year post. Ain’t it great?

For the past few days I have been getting organized. My next task is to set some goals, and start acquiring members, so I can afford to hire coders to complete some of the projects for the members. Being retired means I don’t need a lot of cash to live on and can afford to plow most of it back into the membership, but it also means I can’t do a lot of spending from my own resources because at this stage in life I want to hang onto what I set aside. Sort of a “Catch-22” type situation.

So, as of today, I have committed to a daily blog post of some sort, an article or two about the membership site, and a few other things to let people know about the site. Pretty much using the online version of what I espouse for local practitioners.



Printed Newsletters On The Cheap And Easy

Oct 20th, 2008 | By | Category: Marketing Services by Writing

By virtue of it being a tangible product, something your prospect can see, feel and touch, a printed newsletter shows the prospect that you are willing to put some time and effort into your relationship with them.

But, because it is a tangible product, it takes production time, and it takes money to create. Something that most startup practitioners have very little of to spare.

So, how do you maximize your production, while minimizing your expenses? Ah, the eternal question, posed by all Practice Builders.



Becoming a Rainmaker by Speaking

Aug 11th, 2008 | By | Category: Marketing With Speeches

If you’re a typical bookkeeper or accountant trying to build your practice using the traditional methods of networking and referrals, you’re probably struggling day after day and not getting the results you need.

Your competition has probably already positioned themselves in your community as the small business “expert.” You see their name in every seminar announcement from the local community college, or in the newspaper as a speaker at almost every Rotary or Kiwanis club meeting. And you wonder how they did it. How did they position themselves as the “expert?”



Writing And Using Articles

Jul 29th, 2008 | By | Category: Marketing Services by Writing

One of the basic tools of the rainmaker system is the writing and using of articles. You’ll enjoy a lot of benefits by having an article printed in a business or professional publication, or even in your local newspaper. However there are some misconceptions about what it will do, and these misconceptions usually wind up […]