There's no denying that social media tools such as Facebook and Twitter have dramatically reshaped the way people communicate in the digital age, but in some business circles, their utility remains a subject of debate.

That's certainly the case in the investment world, where many advisors have been reluctant engage with clients and prospects on the Web's social hubs, owing to a mixture of compliance concerns and skepticism about the viability of the marketing channel.

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