Rubel addressed ways professional service providers such as attorneys, accountants, financial planners and bankers can reap the most benefit from their use of social media platforms.
“The use of various social media platforms has spread far beyond the early adopters to professionals and decision makers across the globe,” Rubel said. “Social media has changed the way we do business. For example, 57 percent of companies in the U.S. have Twitter profiles and 61 percent of professionals use
Rubel advised the professionals to determine where their target audience congregates online and to then focus their social media efforts within the platforms that will provide the highest return on that investment of time and effort. “The question is not whether or not you should friend your clients on Facebook. The question is where are your clients and prospects engaging online and how can you add value to the professional discourse,” said Rubel.
She explained that every business, from the solo practitioner to the largest corporate office, should implement a social media engagement plan with industry compliance and best practice considerations top of mind.
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