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The Social Media Landscape For Financial Professionals [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Social Media Landscape For Financial Professionals [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that almost two-thirds (61 percent) of financial advisors rank social media as high value to their business?

Conversely, almost half of investors would like to connect with their advisors through social media… but cannot find them.

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Social Media Guide For Financial Professionals [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social Media Guide For Financial Professionals [INFOGRAPHIC]

Have you heard? Everybody is using social media. With more than one billion Facebook and 218 million Twitter users logged on to the service on a regular basis worldwide, the opportunities for brands to attract, engage and convert prospects into customers have never been richer.

But not all businesses are the same. And for financial advisors and other professionals in that space the rules of the road are perhaps not as clear as they are for more customer-facing industries, such as retail. It’s fantastic that you want to use social channels to support your financial business, but where do you begin? More importantly, what does and does not work?

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Why Social Media Is A Critical Business Tool For Financial Advisors [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that two out of every three adults with investment accounts have social media profiles?

As you might expect, nine out of ten financial advisors already use LinkedIn, with some success – 60 percent have acquired clients directly from the business social network. Understandable, given that LinkedIn users are, on average, wealthier than the folks on the other major social networks.

But there are also opportunities across Facebook and Twitter, too.

The business is there. Are you taking advantage?

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