LinkedIn still most popular social media platform for advisers

Twitter comes second

Victoria McKeever
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LinkedIn still most popular social media platform for advisers

LinkedIn continues to be the most popular social media network among advisers, with almost three-fifths (59%) using the platform for business, according to an survey from Intelliflo.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the ‘business and employment network' continued to be the platform of choice for advisers in 2017, despite seeing a slight drop in usage from three-fifths (60%) in 2016. ...

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