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financial blog mistakes part 2

Don’t Make These 10 Mistakes With Your Financial Blog – Part 2

Part 2 of the top 10 most common mistakes found on financial advisor blogs. Make sure you aren’t making these mistakes with your blog!

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Top Mistakes for Financial Advisor Blogs

Don’t Make These 10 Mistakes With Your Financial Blog – Part 1

Learn the top 10 most common mistakes we see with financial advisor blogs and how to fix or avoid them! (Part 1 of a two part series)

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Wired Advisor March Madness Financial Blog Challenge

March Madness Financial Blog Challenge Participants

For the month of March, we challenged financial advisor and industry professionals to step-up their blogging efforts with the Wired Advisor March Madness Financial Blog Challenge! The rules of the challenge? Each participant is striving to publish 16 blog posts (the Sweet 16) during the month of March.  

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Your Your Voice in Your Content

How to Connect with your Ideal Clients Online

What do you think when you see or interact with someone who doesn’t seem authentic? How does it make you feel? Do you trust this person? Would you do business with this person?

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Wired Advisor March Madness Financial Blog Challenge

Announcing the Wired Advisor March Madness Financial Blog Challenge

Ready to up your blogging game? Join the Wired Advisor March Madness Financial Blog Challenge!

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Launch a financial blog

5 Reasons Financial Advisors Should Get Bullish on Blogging

Have you launched a blog yet? If so, are you consistently filling it up with high quality content that can help the members of your target markets get smarter, solve a problem, or achieve more?

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financial advisor website traffic

Why Quality Web Traffic Matters More Than Quantity

Are you focused on the quantity of website traffic you receive and often disappointed by the numbers? Are you worried that low website or blog traffic is a poor indicator of performance? There is more behind those traffic numbers than you might think. Read this post from guest blogger Miranda Marquit to learn why quality matters when it comes to online traffic.

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The Digital Nest Egg and the Power of Compounding

Investing in your digital portfolio is much like investing for retirement. Learn how to leverage the compounding effect with your digital nest egg with these tips.

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Canned Content

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Canned Content

Content is king ~ Bill Gates

You may have seen the above quote before. It is in fact the title of an article written by Gates way back in 1996, when the Internet was in its relative youth. You have to hand it to Gates for recognizing so early on how important content would be for what was at the time a new and unfamiliar medium.

But what does it mean to you? Well, if you’re reading this then you’ve probably already bought into the idea that consistently publishing online content to your blog can be leveraged to attract new clients. As such, content can be king — providing a healthy return on your investment by driving prospective clients to your website.

And that’s where the usage of canned content comes into focus. It seems too good to be true — you purchase a package of content (often referred to as ‘PLR content’) specific to your industry that can be used for blogging, social media, and email marketing. But is it really the panacea that the content’s providers would have you believe? Let’s explore the advantages and disadvantages.

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Financial Blogging book by Susan Weiner

Ask Questions of Your Readers to Generate Content That Pops

Questions are a great source of ideas for financial advisors’ tweets, blog posts, articles, and even white papers that inspire people to read. I recommend that you keep a paper or electronic notepad handy to record questions asked by your clients. However, sometimes you need a fresh source of inspiration. It’s time to turn the tables by asking questions yourself.

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