Cybercrime can take many forms ranging from computer hacking to fraud to identity theft and more. Between the years 2001 and 2014, total cybercrime complaints in America increased by more than 2 million, and these numbers continue to rise. Here are some tips that can help you understand more about cybercrime and how to prevent common incidents from happening to you.
As an investment professional, it’s crucial to keep up with the latest marketing trends and capitalize on them to keep your practice on the forefront. Learn how Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn continue to impact the financial services industry due to their cost efficiency, widespread reach and partiality by the next generation of investors.
The baby boomer generation, born between 1946 and 1964, holds a wealth of opportunities for financial advisors, especially those nearing retirement. Marketing to this demographic can help strengthen ties with your current clientele as well as reach a new audience of clients. Outlined are tactics and suggestions that advisors may want to consider when marketing to baby boomers.
While Facebook and Twitter each have their place for business owners, LinkedIn is prominently where prospecting is done and professional connections are made. Here are three simple tips that can help you start maximizing your LinkedIn presence and do some social media spring cleaning.