Multiple studies have shown that people have a greater ability to remember and recall visual imagery rather than text alone. Pairing Richards’ iconic sketches with an advisor’s content will make their messages more memorable and impactful for clients and prospects, while setting them apart from other advisors who haven’t evolved beyond written communications.
“I’ve been an admirer of Carl’s work for quite some time; and knowing firsthand the power that visuals have to elevate the efficiency of an advisor’s marketing campaign, I’m thrilled that he will allow our advisors exclusively to benefit from his gifts and talents,” said Snappy Kraken Chief Executive Officer Robert Sofia.
The terms of the exclusive Behavior Gap Snappy Kraken partnership enable advisors to leverage Richards’ sketches in their marketing campaigns alongside quality, tailored copywriting that is fully customizable for $1,200 per year. The first 500 advisors to sign up to use Richards’ art via Snappy Kraken will pay only $500 per year.
“I’ve always enjoyed taking complex financial concepts and distilling them into something people can easily understand,” Richards said. “It’s rewarding to know that through this exclusive partnership with Snappy Kraken, financial advisors will be able to more clearly get their message across to their clients for better retention.”
In addition to having a weekly New York Times column since 2010, Richards has written The One-Page Financial Plan: A Simple Way to Be Smart About Your Money; and The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things with Money.
This exclusive Behavior Gap Snappy Kraken partnership announcement came during Snappy Kraken’s inaugural Jolt! conference, which saw 450 attendees gather in Las Vegas to network and learn about marketing best practices. The week leading up to the conference, Snappy Kraken announced it acquired industry website builder and existing integration partner Advisor Websites – creating a holistic solution for websites, branding and digital marketing.