Less experienced advisors can win new business too
When starting out, often financial planners do not have many clients to generate enough referrals.
A word to the wise related to mixing social networks and political posts
Social media and politics can be a dangerous combination, as there is a real risk of losing both clients and prospe
Do you have a solid public relations strategy?
Financial advisors need to do a better job of creating powerful content to share, increasing exposure and winning over prospects.
Has your online marketing strategy advanced?
It is no longer a matter of just having a nice website or LinkedIn page.
Getting positive publicity should be a goal of almost every financial services firm.
For many they need to take the first steps.
We are proud to announce…
Byrnes Consulting is part of the new Financial Planning Association’s Coaches Corner.
Byrnes Consulting is proud to have been published over 350 times by over 30 different media outlets.
Most organizations want positive publicity but are afraid to pursue it, as they think it will cost too much.
Mike Byrnes covered LPL Financial’s annual Focus conference that had 7,000 attendees in Boston. The event had a private concert by Hall and Oates and many great speakers.
Be a better presenter
Although not everyone feels comfortable being a public speaker, often times it can help one’s career and business success.
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, LLC, sat on a panel at INSITE 2014, Pershing’s national conference that had over 2,000 attendees, including advisors from over 25 countries.
Attend a practice management workshop called “Keys To Business Success: Financial Advisor Best Practices.
Read a dozen of Mike Byrnes’ practice management related Financial Advisor articles from 2013.
After giving an FPA of Massachusetts media training and speaking at the Barron’s Top Independent Advisors Summit, Mike Byrnes came up with four pieces of advice to get more publicity utili
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, LLC, spoke at Barron’s Top Independent Advisor Summit.
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, spoke for the Financial Planning Association of Massachusetts on the topic of PR and social media.
In the hopes to help financial advisors improve success in the new year, Mike Byrnes shared a baker’s dozen of practice management tips.
Watch a quick YouTube video with Stephen Selby, Director of Regulatory Services at LIMRA, and Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, discuss the 3rd annual LIMRA and LOMA social media
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, spoke at the Financial Planning Associations’ 2012 national Business Solutions conference in San Francisco, California on the topic of leveragi
Headed to the Financial Planning Association Business Solutions 2012 National Conference?
If so, attend Mike Byrnes’ presentation entitled, “Leverage Philanthropy in Your Business,”
Ever wonder if social media really works?
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, highlighted Cathy Curtis, owner of Curtis Financial Planning, in his latest “Social Business&
Read a dozen great articles from 2011 that you might have missed.
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, LLC, attended the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors’ 2011 Practice Management and Investments Conference, in Brooklyn, NY and
Before you know it, 2012 will be here.
Charitable giving should be done for the right reasons, but financial advisers can also use philanthropy to benefit their practices.
With the market downturn and downgrading of the United States, Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, wrote an article to help advisors remember lessons from 2008.
Almost 500 advisors attended the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors 2011 annual conference in Salt Lake City.
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, LLC, presented to a packed house of Boston College alumni and other business professionals on May 11th.
The world of marketing has advanced leaps and bounds over the last few years. With those changes, the most successful companies have evolved and adapted.
Byrnes Consulting is proud to announce that in the first year after byrnesconsulting.com was redesigned it had over 30,000 pageviews, with just under 13,000 visitors.
TD Ameritrade Institutional’s National Conference in San Diego named “Take the Lead” had 2,600 total attendees, including 1,400 advisors.
Getting positive PR is inexpensive. It is also a great way to increase awareness, credibility and sales leads for an organization. Thus, it should be a part of almost all marketing plans.
Social media can help lower marketing expenses, create prospect awareness and increase client advocacy. Ultimately, all these efforts can help a business become more profitable.
By now you have heard many stats about social media’s wide reach and impact, but do you know why it has become such a powerful marketing tool that is changing the competitive landscape?
Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting, LLC, was interviewed by Teddy Panos and Kim Saltmarsh, co-hosts of the morning Merrimack Valley radio program on 980 WCAP, covering Greater Bosto
The old saying, any PR is good PR is no longer true. Negative news can tear down any credibility your organization has in no time at all.
By now you have probably seen Tiger’s February 19, 2010 prepared address.