Social Media Implementation Guide – How to Start Your Strategy
Categories: Blog, Business Development, Marketing Plan, Social Media
Social Media is no longer an option for communicating with clients and prospects, it is expected. If you are not using social media, questioning its value, or wondering if your efforts are getting lost in the mass of information, take a look at some of the latest statistics included in our guide.
The study, referenced in our guide, clearly shows that financial advisors have an opportunity to connect with high net worth investors and increase brand awareness. Presented with the adoption rates of clients and prospective clients utilizing social media, advisors are facing their fears head on by linking social media strategies to over-all business and marketing goals.
Ironstone’s Social Media Implementation Guide is the foundation to begin your social media functions, not the entire process. Download the guide and become acquainted with the procedures. Make notes, generate questions, and collect your thoughts to kick off your social media process.
Don’t want to go for it alone? Ironstone will support you as you implement your social media platform to ensure a solid strategy. Once you have worked your way through this guide, contact us or leave a comment, and let us know how we can help.
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