3 Cheap Tax Resolution Marketing Strategies

Today’s video provides a significant jump in quality over the one from yesterday. Starting to get lighting and echo figured out, and I even learned how to button my shirt!

In this six minute video, I’ll cover three marketing strategies that you can start using today to grow your tax resolution business. These strategies are all very low cost, and one is even totally free. None of them are complicated, and you can jump in with both feet right away on all three tactics.

Now, I know that some people will look at one or more of these and immediately say, “Well, I need this or that…” or “But my region is different…”

No you don’t and no it’s not.

These three things are incredibly simple, and they do and will work everywhere for every practice. You simply need to implement. For example, you don’t need a script for the third one — and I know for a fact that this will be a common objection to taking action. Just start calling and make it up as you go. “I need a script” is merely an excuse for not taking action.

Without further ado…

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Video: Why You Should Be Using Video To Market Your Tax Firm

And now for something completely different… 🙂

As you may know by now, I tend to be a fairly introverted person. I’m inherently nervous in front of live seminar crowds, and even more self-conscious about being on camera. That’s why I almost always hide behind a PowerPoint deck online.

After years of successfully ignoring the live video trend, I’m realizing that I just can’t ignore it anymore.

So today I’m presenting the first in a new series of short tax resolution training videos that will cover various aspects of marketing, practice management, and case work to help you grow and operate your practice. In this first video, I explain why YOU should be doing video to give yourself a local search boost.

You’ll notice here that the lighting is pretty bad, the audio clarity isn’t the greatest, I’m moving too much, and I even managed to miss a button on my shirt. But one take and it was done, and here it is for you. I’ll be educating myself about lighting and other cinematography stuff over the coming weeks.

Without further ado…

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