More Financial Advisors are Blogging

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American Century’s recent survey for the first quarter of 2012 “Financial Professionals Social Media Adoption Study” reveals a significant increase in the number of financial advisors who are blogging since the survey was first conducted in 2010.

I think this is only going to continue to grow over time. Creating unique thought leadership content and distributing that content widely through social networks is a recipe for growing online influence!

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Source: American Century Investments

Read the full survey results HERE.

Follow some great financial advisor bloggers who make up this 17% on Twitter:  Wired Advisors





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About Stephanie Sammons

Stephanie Sammons is the founder and CEO of Wired Advisor™. She's been named one of the Top 25 Social Media Experts You Need to Know by LinkedIn and a Top Financial Industry Blogger by RIABiz. As a CFP® and former 15-year financial advisor, Stephanie combines her "in the trenches" industry experience with her extensive digital marketing knowledge to teach financial advisors how to earn and keep clients in a wired world. Follow Stephanie on Twitter and Google+.

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