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3 Powerful Pieces of Wisdom from Retirement Specialists

So, in preparation for some neat new features, RiXtrema will be launching in the coming weeks, I interviewed some of our clients (retirement specialists). With a little additional independent research, I found some useful tips as to how advisors exploit a competitive advantage to convert leads into clients. Basically, I explored answers to two questions:What does it take to win a 401k plan sponsor? How do retirement advisors unseat an existing plan sponsor provider

Unspent Business Development Money

During a recent conversation with a savvy advisor (we’ll call him Greg), it was pointed out to me that 2020 has brought some challenges for advisors that are not immediately obvious to someone whose company designs and sells software solutions. Specifically, he mentioned that many advisors have business development accounts that they will struggle to utilize given the COVID-19 pandemic.

Are you a 21st Century Wealth Advisor?

As I wrote before, the Coronavirus lockdown was a beta test for remote work, but it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. The question falls to all of us:“Am I measuring up to my competition and adapting to the new environment?”Advisors don’t have to look far to learn where the industry is going. Before the lockdown forced all of us to see the potential in working remotely, Broadridge reached some startling conclusions about technology use by financial advisors. They surveyed 1,500 investment providers, including 250 wealth advisors, to find, in general, that they are not taking advantage of the benefits and high ROI of technological adoption. 

How to Write Irresistable Emails That Must be Opened

Not only are many of us too busy for marketing, but we’ve not practiced copywriting. As we learned in talking to a premier copywriter, Jack Turk, the secret is writing fast. Writing fast keeps you from over-thinking your language. You remember the old acronym: KISS. Well, here’s a friendly reminder to Keep IT Simple, Stupid. :)