Marketing Eye

The current landscape between financial services firms and their customers remains precarious and dubious, to say the least. Firms are having to navigate boundaries that stand between complete transparency and understanding to develop symbiotic relationships with their customers. Digital marketing helps to bridge the gap between these firms and their customers – something that has been realized and become increasingly essential to firms all over the world amid the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Read on further to learn about 5 powerful and proven digital marketing strategies for any financial service firm.

Published in Marketing

When you look at financial services firms, the first thing that comes to mind is accounting, financial planning, legal and management consulting firms. Although the breadth of professional services firms is much greater than that and includes marketing and recruitment, it’s our financial and legal counterparts that really struggle to stand out from the crowd.

Published in Marketing

Landlord Protection Group design insurance policies to help financially protect landlords for some of the common risks associated with renting their investment property. LPG work to ensure landlord insurance provides protection for some of the tenant-related risks that may not be covered by standard Building Insurance, including damage caused by tenants' visitors and friends. 

The company needed to create brand awareness so the outsourced marketing team at Marketing Eye designed and developed a website. In order to generate more leads, we produced marketing collateral with a company brochure focused on subscription and accompanying business cards.



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Published in Portfolio
Marketing Eye was under 10,000 on the Alexa rankings when we invested in just content marketing with no paid advertising or investment in any other areas of the business. For us, content was easy, affordable and gave us the results we were looking for.
Published in Marketing
Monday, 13 March 2017 08:25

The chairlift business breakthrough

Sitting on the chairlift with the Chairman of Crownbet in Australia, I asked him the one question that I thought would give me a greater insight into how he built an accounting firm to be one of the largest in Australia some years back.
Published in Entrepreneurship
Business cards. Easy, simple, and one of the best ways to gain new clients. Think about the last time you gave a potential client your business card. What did the client look like? What sort-of help were they looking for? Where did you meet? A restaurant? A convention? Maybe in line at a coffee shop? These questions may seem trivial, but they can actually mean the difference between gaining and losing a new client.
Published in Marketing
Hey entrepreneurs, are you still sitting on your hands scared to make the next move when it comes to important business decisions? What is stopping you? Are you indecisive or do you have no idea what you should do next? So many entrepreneurs have awesome ideas, however so many of these ideas never get past the just an idea stage. We are almost a quarter of the way through 2016 and business people are still trying to figure out their next level plan. Stop and go agendas at the end of the only costs businesses time, money and an ability to be more successful.
A very wise man once said to me;
Tuesday, 08 February 2011 20:37

I was wrong…and I admit it

ipad1-300x225When ipads first came out… I was against it. I was so against this new piece of technology that I wrote a blog about it. I read the hype and was completely against people reading old fashioned books on a tablet of any kind whilst they were on holidays. I love books and am passionate about them being around long after the ipad has been superceded.