Now that everyone, or almost everyone, has a social-media presence, the conversation is moving to how advisers can best utilize it to enhance and increase business. Here is what advisers and others are saying about how it is impacting their practice, including which social media sites work best to attract clients.
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Full results from InvestmentNews' survey of more than 500 advisers about the challenges, benefits and uses of social media.
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Mary Beth Franklin, InvestmentNews
Davis D. Janowski, InvestmentNews