And all in the name of marketing.
Seems that the big firms mix client goodwill and recognition into a marketing tactic that builds their reputation, fosters client loyalty, builds a strong referral network and generates publicity for the firm all in a single package.
Talk about brilliant!
But first, I have to work out all the kinks.
So, to do that, rather than put up a page on the site where you can get your own plan, outline, tools and resources links, I have decided to debug the system by offering a competition on Practice Builder Publishing to show how truly simple the whole thing can be.
We’ve put together prize packages actually totaling two or three thousand dollars in value, and as soon as today’s Daily Digest hits the interweb, will be posting the rules for the competition. And, giving you the opportunity to win big, several times over.
Of course, most of the prizes will be stuff that you can use as a part of your marketing and practice building, we wouldn’t be a practice building website if we didn’t tie that in, but at the end, you’ll get something that will definitely blow your socks away (no, it’s not a fan), and you’ll get it just for entering.You'll get something that will definitely blow your socks away (no, it's not a fan) just for entering your tax tip. Click To Tweet
So, keep your eye on the Daily Digest tomorrow, and watch your inbox over the next several days, for announcements about how you can use your knowledge to win.
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