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. 

On the surface, this seems reasonable. After all, who among us would suggest that a 50-something corporate executive spends his free time updating his Facebook profile or checking in on foursquare. However, if you have clients who work in corporate America, all bets are off.

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