WASHINGTON -- The use of social media within an advisory practice has been the subject of much debate within the industry, but one of the most common arguments for advisors limiting or altogether barring sites like Facebook and YouTube within the firm -- compliance -- might be dramatically overstated.

So argued Michael Kitces, a partner and research director at Pinnacle Advisory Group, in a session on social media in the practice at Schwab's Impact conference.

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