Social Media Networking for Financial Advisors with linkedFA
Miami, Florida 3/17/2010 11:20 PM GMT (TransWorldNews)
As the definition and purpose to Social Media Networking grows so do those who use it. Social Networking is no longer just a tool for college students and a way to keep in touch with friends, it has evolved into something much greater. With Social Media a user can keep the world up to date with what they are doing and when they are doing it.
Businesses have learned to use the tools provided by Social Networks to market their products and services. linkedFA is a Social Media Networking website for financial services professionals.
linkedFA offers Social Media applications which are offered on websites like FaceBook and LinkedIn to help companies better market themselves and build relationships with clients, while at the same time providing many features specifically designed for Financial Advisors.
On linkedFA, the user is given a document retention feature which stores all communication between financial professionals and investors which is related to business for a minimum length of 6 years, as under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 guidelines. The communications can be easily extracted and reported at any point in time.
linkedFA’s reputation management software is able to separate personal and private information along with access control. Members are able to create different profiles, for clients, peers and recruiters. The site also allows the user to share documents in real time, and gives them blogging features which allow resume exchanges and the display of the networks of members, while at the same time protecting the privacy of the user.
linkedFA is not approved by, endorsed by, or affiliated with FINRA.
linkedFA is a privately owned, independent company, founded in November 2008. It is the first and only social networking site for the financial community, evolving the way financial professionals and investors connect, inform and interact. linkedFA adheres to FINRA required compliance, supervision and record keeping features.