Some spokespeople think a wire service interview is a waste of time. They've got their eye set on the big guns -- Wall Street Journal, Barron's, New York Times, etc. -- and won't settle for less.
Content marketing has proven to be an excellent method for attracting and retaining your audience. But, distributing your content without a marketing strategy is about as effective as bailing a sinking ship with a collander.
Many fund managers are turning to videos to give their newsletters a little something extra, but video isn’t easy. In fact, it brings with it almost as many questions as it does solutions: How can your firm produce engaging videos?
This election season has had more than its fair share of ups and downs. Despite all the turmoil the lessons have been plentiful.
So, you are a fund company and you are trying to figure out what financial advisors truly want and don’t want. You want these advisors to tell their clients to buy your fund.
Thunderclap is storming the scene with their ability to increase company’s social media exposure.
Social media is vital to the marketing plan of any company, but it takes more than simply creating a Facebook page or Twitter account to be successful.
Another helping hand never hurts.
Growing a mutual fund in this day and age can be a daunting task. With hundreds of thousands of funds out there, it can be nearly impossible to stand out and draw investors to your fund.
Outlining the difficulties ahead as the trends seem to be strongly in place
The trend toward passive investment strategies, and away from active asset management, will accelerate, according to Moody’s.
In this day and age, the Internet connects us with friends, colleagues and potential clients. We rely on social media platforms to connect us to people that we wouldn’t meet every day.
Creating a media presence is a great way to keep your current clients in the know and get potential clients interested in services your company provides.