After much feedback from Premium members, I have decided to go back to publishing each month’s advanced tutorial for members in the form of a newsletter. So, I’m happy to announce that Tax Marketing Monthly is back!
This month, we cover the all important topic of professional networking. Building and strengthening your professional network is one of the best strategies for slowly but surely building your tax practice in the long run through referrals. While it can take work, and doesn’t provide the instant gratification that we can get through direct response marketing, the results are undeniable.
In addition, bringing back the newsletter also means bringing back one of my favorite monthly features: Marketing piece critiques. This month features an analysis of a mailer from a large, national tax resolution firm that I found posted to the web site of a newspaper by a journalist. I actually think you’ll like this mailer.
If you’d like to have one of your marketing pieces critiqued in our next issue, feel free to contact me via email. The newsletter also features answers to reader questions, so also contact me if you have tax marketing, sales, or taxpayer representation case work questions you’d like to see answered.
There’s also a new section of the members area, which will contain recordings of all monthly group coaching calls. This is a fairly new Premium membership benefit, so if you aren’t yet aware of it, I’m holding monthly group Q&A calls to get your questions answered live. The date and time will vary each month based on my schedule, but feel free to join us on those calls.
This month’s “Done For You” social media content and new articles for you to use on your blog, in newsletters, and emals is also available. As always, if you are logged in to your account, you’ll see those links directly at the bottom of this post on the blog.
Thank you so much for being a Premium member. It truly is an honor to work with so many professionals that want to grow their practices and bring ethical leadership to the maligned tax resolution industry.