In the first two installments of this series, we guided you through using LinkedIn and Facebook to grow and nurture your network as a loan originator (LO). Next we’ll talk about Twitter, and how you might tweet your way to closed deals in 140 characters or less. (more…)
Last week, we discussed the importance of social media use for loan officers to grow and nurture their networks. We also introduced you to LinkedIn, taught you how to set up your account, introduced features to help grow your network, and advised on the do’s and don’ts of LinkedIn etiquette. Today, we are turning to Facebook. (more…)
In our first installment of Hiring Your Social Media Dream Team, we talked about the importance of having an organized plan in place to help your team be as successful as possible and start you on the right track. Our second installment described the various team members and positions that can make up a Dream Team. Today, we’re helping you make sure your newly assembled team rises to the occasion and propels your company’s social media efforts to the next level. (more…)
Social media teams come in all shapes and sizes – some companies use social media more than others and require more manpower to accomplish the team’s goals. Others are a bit more bootstrapped, sourcing grass-roots social media from the company’s existing employee base. Whether you’re looking to add to your current team or learn more about the qualities and skills that successful social media teams exhibit, the following positions can serve as a guide for the types of responsibilities and skills that will help your company promote it’s voice on social media. (more…)
Did you resolve to improve your social media marketing efforts in 2015? If getting a team together who can help you meet your social media goals is part of your game-plan, we’ve got some advice for you to heed when staffing your social media squad. (more…)
It’s December, which means it’s time for the obligatory year in review post! What a year it has been. From Facebook’s seemingly constant newsfeed changes to the financial industry attempting to make its peace with social media through new compliance regulations, it has been an exciting time in digital marketing. Here are our picks for what was hot and happening in 2014: (more…)
The next in our 3-part series focuses on Facebook. The social behemoth lends itself to the personal and the professional, making for plenty of opportunities to connect with your network and develop new leads.
Financial advisors offer a unique service that lends itself quite nicely to social media. While there are plenty of regulations to ensure the playing field is kept fair and compliant, social media can help those in the financial services industry reach new and existing clients – simply by getting in the game! Friends, family members, and even those seemingly-random Facebook acquaintances can all be helpful when it comes to gaining new business. Word of mouth is an important part of an advisors’ lead acquisition – and Facebook is a great place for that kind of endorsement to take place!
We’re sharing some of our favorite tips and tricks (more…)