Steve Bee's J&rgonFree has collaborated with business consultant Cobia to launch an online service to help advisers benefit from social and digital media.
Wolverhampton-based sole trader Paul Landa is to launch a Facebook-like social network for advisers.
Nucleus technical communications manager Terry Huddart had never heard of a ‘smartphone’ ten years ago. How times have changed...
- What client segment or segments will you serve? HNWIs, mass affluent or the mass market?
Misconceptions exist about what social media actually is and how it can be used by the protection industry as a sales and marketing channel. Christopher Tuite explains
Philip Calvert, the founder of social network IFALife, will publish a book of top financial advice tweets for consumers.
The internet, new media and social media are continuing to grow in popularity and importance for interacting with people. What should advisers be doing to make the most of these opportunities?
Platform rebates were at the top of the agenda when IFAonline interviewed Skandia chief executive Peter Mann live on Twitter this afternoon.
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Skandia UK's chief executive Peter Mann will this Friday take part in IFAonline's first ever Twinterview and advisers are being encouraged to put forward their questions.
Social media is increasingly being used for promotion, customer research and product development. The question is will this marketing go viral. Greg Becker investigates
Friends Life has produced two new guides to help advisers to make the best use of social media.
A list of key questions advisers should ask before selecting a lead generation provider has been put together by Friends Life.
Maria Merricks talks to a range of experts about how to use the social media network as a business tool without arousing the wrath of compliance.
Professional Adviser's IFA Personality of the Year Tina Weeks talks to Laura Miller about why financial planners are not meditating hippies and her plans to take life planning to the masses.
The creator of an online donation tool to help people suffering the effects of the Japanese earthquake is urging the financial services industry to help the cause.
Julian Webb, head of UK DC and platform sales at Fidelity International, explains the power of social networking
Unbiased.co.uk has unveiled the contenders for this year's Media IFA of the Year Awards.
Another quarter, another social media phenomenon IFAs will be told to get onboard with. This time around, it’s Quora. It isn’t, as one asset manager thought, a vegetarian meat-alternative. It’s a social answering service that’s causing all the fuss.
There's a lot of buzz right now about Twitter, which has emerged as one of the most popular social media tools.
IFA Life has revealed it is putting together a statement of best practice and guidelines to help advisers make the most of social media.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association (BIBA) has produced legal guidance to help brokers manage potential risks surrounding the use of social media.