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Improve Your LinkedIn Profile With 13 Easy Tweaks

One of the big banks called me recently—not to sell me a credit card but to inquire about social media training. I asked how they found me; LinkedIn was their answer. It’s not just the big banks who are using LinkedIn to hire suppliers and employees. It’s estimated 5 out of 6 HR managers and recruiters review […]

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The Super Simple 5-Step Marketing Plan for Financial Marketers

A marketing plan is a must-have for successful financial marketers, including investment advisors, accountants and insurance specialists. Sure, you can likely muddle along without one. However, if you want to grow your practice and make money while you’re doing it, you need a plan. If you’re having trouble getting started, simplify the process: Write for […]

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Shelley Pringle Joins AWM – Regional VP, Canada

I’m very proud to announce that Shelley Pringle has joined the AWM team as Regional VP for Canada. Shelley brings a wealth of marketing experience and expertise to the financial community, including project management, content marketing, social media marketing, and PR. Advisor Web Marketing Now in Canada Shelley is located on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, […]

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Should You Publish Your Content On LinkedIn?

The LinkedIn publishing platform was originally reserved for invited “Influencers” – people like Richard Branson, T. Boone Pickens, and Bill Gates. LinkedIn members could then choose to “follow” the thought leaders that interested them. However, in 2014, LinkedIn opened up the Publishing Platform to all members, giving each of us the opportunity to become thought […]

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How to Apply for Twitter “Verified” Status

If you’re a Twitter user, you’re probably already familiar with the Twitter Verification badge – the white check mark on a blue background signifying that the account represents the person or organization that it claims to represent. “Verified” status is reserved for accounts that may be of public interest – celebrities, media, politics, business, public […]

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