Forty-three Percentfeel There Is Little Impact, And Just 2% Suggest Pre-existing Social Media Connections Makeestablishing A Business Relationship More Difficult.

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Benefits and Limits of Social Media Marketing Benefits and Limits of Social Media Marketing Advisers widely like to use social media to cultivate clientrelationships—but they see limits on the value of social media interactions, withthe vast majority passing on premium social media marketing services.  By John Manganaro | April 21, 2017 Nearly half of advisers (46%) havesuccessfully turneda social media contact into a real customer , according to American Century Investments' Seventh Annual Financial Professionals Social Media Adoption Study. Most of the new deals reachedwere small, with 23% of all advisers saying they posted a deal via social mediapathways valued at less than $1 million. Just 4% report winning a deal valuedat more than $5 million for the business through social media connections. A majority of advisers (55%) feel that being connected withan individual or company on a social media network increases the chance ofdoing business with that entity in the foreseeable future. Forty-three percentfeel there is little impact, and just 2% suggest pre-existing social media connections makeestablishing a business relationship more difficult. As advisers might expect, the research shows Facebook ismore popular for personal use, while LinkedIn is more popular for business-relateduse. Interestingly, slightly more advisers (24%) report using Facebook for bothpersonal and business purposes, compared with 21% who use LinkedIn that way. Advisers cite a laundry list of benefits seen from embracingsocial media for business purposes, although generally only about one-quarter ofadvisers cites each of these: “Increased my visibility in the marketplace; enhancedmy profile with clients; enhanced my business knowledge; improved my referrals oropened a door that otherwise had been closed; shared insights with clients andprospects; attracted new clients; and retained clients more easily.” Firms cite ancillary benefits from social media engagement inthe form of gaining better access to expert commentary/insights, viewing morenews/content relevant to clients, and getting to know prospects in a morepersonal way. Important to note, however, 23% of firms say they are not seeingany positive business changes attributable to using social media.

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