Updated November 20th, 2023.
In Marketing to Women Over 50, you will learn how this group of “super consumers” makes purchasing decisions.
You will also learn what never to do and what to do when marketing to women over 50.
Marketing to real women versus the 50+ stereotypes
While some fight aging with a vengeance, others give up and give in to aging. But many mature women accept and embrace who they are, what they want, and how they can contribute.
And because they have the spending power, they can live life on their terms. From choosing the advisors they hire to supporting their favorite charities, these women are passionate about life and the legacy their wealth allows them to make.
These women want to stay active, mentally sharp, and physically fit.
Their hormones and bodies are changing. They have more independence, money, and opportunity than any previous generation. And they live by different rules and are open to new adventures, relationships, and versions of self.
For many, their focus has turned inward to themselves.
I will show you the process for effectively identifying the affluent female demographic that you can cater to (and when to consider choosing a different target market).
Advisors need to understand that these women demand more. Additionally, they have the resources, including money, time, and opportunity, to get it.
And it even has a name – Middlescence.
The Middlescence Manifesto author Barbara Waxman defined this as a transitional period between ages 45 and 65 and shares, “It is one of the richest, most potential-filled times of life.”
And the best news is if you are willing to meet them where they are, it is the opportunity of a lifetime.
Stats of female spending and purchasing power
- The U.S. Government Consumer Expenditure Survey and Nielson show that 50-plus women comprise the largest demographic with incomes exceeding $100,000.
- Women over 50 are called “super consumers” because their spending power exceeds $15 trillion annually.
- Older women are also more wealthy, healthy, and active than any previous generation.
- The 50+ age group controls 95% of purchases made for the household and 80% of luxury travel purchases.
- The data shows that 82% are open to new brands.
- They want quality and convenience, and 75% will pay more to get it.
What the research shows
In today’s episode, you will discover the results of over 30 years of research on the female market.
You will also learn what to include in your financial advisor marketing plan and what doesn’t work.
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In this episode, you will learn:
- The biggest discovery in marketing to the female market
- Where to find female investors
- A great lead generation strategy when marketing to women over 50
- How to create a financial advisor marketing plan that supports women facing a life transition, such as widowhood or divorce
- Insight and statistics on the female investor market
- How mature females think versus younger people
- The process to determine which wealthy women niche market you will serve best (and when you should choose a different target market)
- Why your marketing message needs to adjust when serving different female sub-niche markets
- One of the best places to find both traditional and non-traditional affluent women
- Insight into the three primary types of women and the two blended niches
- The winning strategy you need to include in your financial advisor business plan
- Why most companies and advisors are missing opportunities in the female market
- The wealthy women niche market that needs and wants a financial advisor or money coach
- Which lead generation strategies are working right now
Conclusion: Marketing to Women Over 50
Today’s 50+-year-old women are nothing like our grandmothers. They have the confidence, passion, and wealth to live life on their terms.
They make buying decisions and control the majority of purchasing decisions. Unlike their predecessors, they expect you to treat them respectfully, honor their choices, and share their values. If you don’t, odds are they will fire you.
To your success,