Tepid social media results may require a pivot in asset managers’ approach

Lately, I’ve been picking up on an overall malaise about social media—LinkedIn, in particular, since that’s where the vast majority of asset management industry posting and overall activity takes place (that’s where the financial advisors are). Many are not sure it’s “working,” they’re asking whether it’s “worth it” and suggesting maybe social media is even “over.” If you’re [...]

By |2024-04-26T18:26:12-05:0004/25/2024|

Ho-hum and hmm: Threads seems like a pale imitation of Twitter

“All we really need is 250 words,” Jody Lowe said when she suggested a quick, simple blog post acknowledging the launch last week of Threads.  Right. Someday I will write a 250-word blog post, you have my word. But on the subject of the so-called “Twitter killer” app—whose user base rocketed from 0 on July 6 to more than [...]

By |2024-03-03T14:25:03-06:0007/13/2023|

Considerations for tweeting in a time of Twitter turmoil

Everyone’s talking about Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover, but do you know what that means for your firm’s account? Without commenting on Musk’s business strategy, his bold actions, such as changes in verification process including the Twitter Blue launch and an overhaul of moderation policies, have caused many of our clients to wonder what a Musk-led Twitter might mean. As [...]

By |2023-04-20T03:59:46-05:0011/30/2022|
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