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By Ronald Sier
That’s what you want, don’t you?
And naturally, you want more for your financial planning service.
You network. You advertise. You spend lots of time on social media. You pay for social media. You pay for SEO. Heck, you even pay for radio or television time.
It’s costing lots and lots of time and money.
And sometimes it feels as if you’re pumping water down a leaky pipe.
In that situation, what’s the smarter move – pumping more water, or fixing the leak?
How to Fix the Leak
It’s just too scary, isn’t it?
You see all those fancy financial planners using their online presence to attract prospects and future clients.
Yes, I bet it’s crossed your mind to do it too. After all, you can’t ignore the internet anymore.
But to do it yourself? It’s just too damn scary.