Jason Hulott on referrals for financial professionals – MAF137

My guest this week is Jason Hulott.

We talk about referrals for financial professionals and where this fits in a wider marketing plan.

Welcome to episode 137 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

Jason Hulott on referrals for financial professionals - MAF137

What you’ll hear about in this episode

  • The truth about financial services social media and compliance
  • Why, even if you decide not to use social media to engage with clients, you should still use it to listen
  • Whether referrals are as important as they used to be now we have social media and digital channels
  • How to avoid “shiny new toy” syndrome and focus on where your clients are
  • Creating content your referral network can use

Who Jason Hulott?

Jason is co-founder and Business Development Manager at Speedie Consultants Limited. They started in 2003 and are a full service internet marketing agency mainly helping those in the personal finance and insurance niche.

His area of specialism within the business is traffic generation; lead generation; and income generation via many activities including: social media marketing, link building, affiliate marketing, lead generation and business consultancy.

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Laura Pearman on why you need killer headshots for your business and personal brand – MAF135

This week I welcome Laura Pearman to the show.

She’s a photographer who specialises in headshots.

If you’re in business, have a website and use social media you should consider investing in some killer headshots to elevate your brand

Welcome to episode 135 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

killer headshots for your business and personal brand

What you’ll hear about in this episode

  • Why finding your niche is important and why Laura decided to focus on headshots
  • Why you need killer headshots for your website and social media profiles
  • Whilst mobile phone photos are good enough a professional shoot always takes your brand to the next level
  • The process Laura goes through to find the real you, maybe the quirky you, to develop the best images for your personal brand

Who is Laura Pearman?

Laura set up Pearman Photography after travelling the world and working as an auditor in UK financial services. She focuses on headshots and has a mission to, “Improve profile headshots one undermining selfie at a time.”

She genuinely believes, and can prove, that a killer headshot can grow your business and make you money.

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Jonathan David Lewis on Brand vs Wild and building resilient businesses – MAF133

This week my guest is Jonathan David Lewis.

He’s the author of Brand vs Wild, a book about building resilient brands in harsh business environments.

We chat about how jazz bands, not orchestras, are the right analogy for resilient businesses.

Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it?

And it is!

Welcome to episode 133 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

Jonathan David Lewis on Brand vs Wild and building resilient businesses

What you’ll hear about in this episode

  • How board room members go through similar challenges and emotions as the survivors of a plane crash on a mountain side
  • The smallest  thing can become existentially dangerous for companies
  • Why systems design is now a key part of marketing
  • There’s no fool proof solution to “wild” but you can increase your resilience
  • Old concepts of success don’t work anymore – for example, flexibility is better than efficiency
  • Why improvisation is important at the front line

Who is Jonathan David Lewis?

Jonathan is the author of Brand vs. Wild: Building Resilient Brands for Harsh Business Environments, a Forbes contributor and a turnaround expert at McKee Wallwork + Co., an integrated marketing firm that helps stalled, stuck and stale brands rekindle growth.

A branding and business strategist, Jonathan honed his skills during the lean years of the Great Recession, helping brands navigate today’s unforgiving new business paradigms. Jonathan’s opinions are highly sought by numerous business and marketing publications, including Forbes, Digiday, and Advertising Age, where he explores the factors that lead to stalled growth and the principles proven to help companies navigate the ambiguities and dangers of the brand wilderness.

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