Down Economy Hurting Some, Innovative Marketing Site Gets Financial Professionals New Clients

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The down economy is making it difficult for many financial professionals to grow or even maintain their business. New website, using innovative techniques, gives Advisors the ability to customize their marketing plan with over 80 marketing systems for less than $1 day.

so they can browse and try out different systems without feeling like they are taking a risk

Financial and Service Professionals battling the downturn in the economy have found a new friend in http://www.Teamingwithclients.com. On June 2nd, 2004 the innovative marketing site came on line. It brings a whole new way for Professionals to market their practice.

For years, Financial and Service Professionals have been asked to purchase marketing systems and programs for hundreds and many times thousands of dollars. Teaming With Clients is spearheading a new way to offer marketing to its Financial Professional customers.

Professionals wishing to use the over 80 different marketing systems that Teaming With Clients currently has available, may do so for a cost of less than $1 a day. The site uses a membership driven philosophy, instead of the more traditional method of getting Financial Professionals to pay large sums for a single marketing system.

"No one marketing system or program is right for every Advisor. Each Advisor has a different way of doing business with different client bases. I feel it is better to give the Advisor free reign of the Teaming With Clients' Marketing "online warehouse," so they can browse and try out different systems without feeling like they are taking a risk," says President, Mike Kaselnak.

"With this approach, Advisors will be able to find systems that allow them to market both ethically and effectively, because there will be no overwhelming need to make back the huge investment traditionally required to access marketing systems. With over 80 marketing systems and new ones being added weekly, accessible by members for less than $1 a day, Advisors will be able to make good marketing choices."

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