How Corporate America is Teaching Your Clients to Use Social Media

When it comes to social media most advisors will tell you “my clients don’t do that”. “That” being some combination of reading and following blogs, writing a blog, tweeting, creating social media profiles, friend-ing and following others in the social media universe, and so on. 

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Perhaps it's time to shift the discussion from the platform to the tools. As more clients become comfortable getting information from blogs, can you benefit from having one? As Bateria Joyetech people get more comfortable creating profiles and joining communities, would it help to create one just for your clients? One where they can share information and connect with one e-papierosy vision another. If people are turning to wikis for help, can you get more exposure for your firm by starting or contributing to one?

Posted by misiek m | Tuesday, April 02 2013 at 5:27AM ET
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