Every marketing guru tells financial advisors to consistently ask clients for referrals, which is very good advice.
But there is something better than a client supplying a name when asked to, and that is getting that client to offer unsolicited praise in a social setting about an advisor’s services, especially when the advisor isn’t present.
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