Social Advisers Continue Spiraling Up

Cornfield, Jill
September 2015
Plan Advisor News;2015, p1
The article discusses a report from Putnam Investments which reveals that one-third of investment advisors use Social media networks for more business and social media is playing an important role their marketing.


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