LinkedIn is a powerful tool for advisors to connect with potential clients, but it should be used with careful diligence. Failure to do so could result in ineffective platform execution, or even worse – a breach in compliance.    

Here are 8 things financial advisors shouldn’t be doing on LinkedIn.

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