The ATF (Approach, Target, Fire) Monthly Marketing Tactic™ is a high-touch, subscription-based marketing program that identifies quality leads, sends out personalized collateral to earn permission for a follow-up call, and schedules appointments on a weekly basis.
We seek out individuals within your community and secondlevel connections on your LinkedIn network. We contact these individuals with material customized to your practice and personalized for the prospect, so that you can earn their permission to introduce your services. Afterwards, we follow up with a call to arrange an appointment.
“You have the professionalism, the track record and the expertise – what you need is a proven process to connect with new prospects. The ATF™ helps you get in front of more targeted individuals – ones that are actually suited to the type of practice you’re running.”
Jeff Malcolm, President
The ATF™ program takes the chore of marketing off your shoulders by helping you connect with new prospects each month.
The time has passed where mass mail or generic appeals have any effect on individuals with unlimited options for advice. The ATF™ is a small-scale marketing program aimed at targeting natural-market leads and making introductions through a personalized approach.
“He’s the best at what he does. We were impressed – top quality, great results, expert advice, creative solutions. They helped brand our program and provided us with solid marketing solutions to acquire new business.”
President, Wise Advisory
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