What's possible with ClientWhys Content Feeds?
The web has changed the way that tax accounting professionals communicate with their clients. Facebook, email newsletters, and client portals have made professionals and their clients more closely connected than ever. Now, breaking news can be distributed in minutes to clients and prospects. Major dilemmas for tax accounting professionals include determining where the content comes from and the method in which it is delivered. The high cost of IT and technical writing can make managing any marketing campaign a challenge.
ClientWhys offers professionals three easy-to-use options that provide a steady stream of fresh content, no matter how they want to connect with their audience.
Our automated client newsletter takes the stress out of developing your own content, as it delivers breaking news and engaging articles on a monthly basis. Our email templates deliberately match your website design, so you have one mobile-friendly look and feel for all of your marketing communications. If you want to create a custom message, you can choose from our library of hundreds of tax, personal finance, accounting, and business articles.
The ClientWhys content feed is a monthly subscription to the huge ClientWhys library of calculators and tax, business, QuickBooks, and personal finance articles. One of our clients was recently voted a Top 25 Accounting Blog.
We offer two distribution methods:
- An automated feed into your website or blog; or
- Access to our online marketing library of Word documents.
Social media works because it generates modern referrals to new prospects. When readers see popular reviews or comments about you online, they are more likely to start engaging with you when they are in need of professional assistance. Our proven system helps you attract more followers and generate more client comments.
Lee Reams II
I am a marketing junkie who has spent the last 20 years developing and executing "best in class" word-of-mouth marketing campaigns. With over 10,000 happy clients I think we are on to something. The explosion in web marketing and social media have redefined the way independent professionals market their practices. Follow my blog to see if you can take some of our actionable ideas to market your own practice.