Here’s what advisors are really doing with social media

RIABiz said in a story they published on 10/12/10 called:

Eavesdropping from the FPA Denver 2010 Conference

The FPA’s annual convention is probably the industry’s broadest gathering of advisors, and it’s interesting to eavesdrop on some of the thoughts and conversations of attendees, especially those with decision-making roles in the industry. Here are three blog posts sent to RIABiz by Tim Welsh, president of principal of Nexus Strategy of Larkspur, Calif., Bob Glovsky, chairman of the CFP Board of Standards, and Marie Swift, president of Impact Communications. On the whole, in what advisors have described as a soaring new convention space in Denver, Colo., the conference seems to have an air of getting-down-to-brass-tacks. It’s a tough new environment – and advisors have a lot of work to do to adapt.

Read what advisors are really doing with social media on RIABiz -- http://www.riabiz.com/a/2557055


Reminder for all Paid Participants - If you attended either the morning or the afternoon Web 2.0 and Social Media Session ... this bonus session is for you!

Element 5 - Post-Conference Webinar (11/11/10) 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. EDT

To ensure that you have the help you need to leverage your new found knowledge and build your online presence, a follow up webinar will be offered to all attendees of the live training sessions held on Saturday, October 9th in Denver (Elements 3 & 4, as described below) .

Marie Swift and select coaches will answer your remaining questions, take a look at your evolving web presence, comment on things you are doing wrong/right, etc.

Watch for an invitation from FPA with passcode information for the teleconference and a link to the webinar.

This webinar was previously scheduled for 11/3/10 but has been moved to 11/11/10.

Participation in Element 5 is included with your registration for either Element 3 or Element 4.