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Susan Weiner
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Catch my August newsletter, featuring "how to capitalize financial acronyms": http://ht.ly/zZ9ws #finserv
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Blogging deepened this advisor's relationships with his clients.
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Are YOU making this credibility-sapping mistake on your website?
Click to see my news page with items listed in the correct, reverse-chronological order A news page featuring your firm's mentions in the media can boo
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Happy New Year! あけましておめでとうございます。引き続きよろしくお願いします。
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I added Japanese New Year's greetings in  a nod to my history.
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Check your proofreading skills on Mistake Monday. No one has cracked this example yet: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=640066626005463&set=a.180434301968700.43719.135544103124387&type=1
 
Check your proofreading skills! It's MISTAKE MONDAY on the Investment Writing Facebook page. ht.ly/qeQf3
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If somebody tweets about your company, but doesn't use your Twitter tag, is it okay to respond to them--or is it stalker-ish?
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Yes, but I can also see how failing to address a mildly unhappy client proactively will allow it to fester into a REAL complaint of even greater severity!

Regulators don't punish advisors for merely having complaints. It's acknowledged that they happen. Advisors are punished for not addressing complaints, for which ignoring it in this context would seem to only make it worse.

Show the SEC a folder where you capture, document, and proactively address every prospective complaint, even a subtweet on Twitter, and you're showing them a culture of compliance that REDUCES the risk of sanctions (especially if the Twitter 'complaint' was THAT minor in the first place).
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Is Facebook the right place for you to market?
 
Not smart, Facebook. Not smart.
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Starting to work on your quarterly client letter? Read this first.
Investment managers' quarterly investment letters should be meaningful to clients, specific to the manager, and short. These are the key conclusions I drew
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Have a  New Year's resolution involving blogging?
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+Susan Weiner  Blogging is not going to be so simple in 2014. Google is working hard on finding the ways to stop spamming.   #SEO   #SMO  
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Freelance financial writer-editor for investment and wealth managers. I turn financial professionals' ideas into persuasive writing.
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    Freelance financial writer-editor for investment and wealth managers. I turn financial professionals' ideas into persuasive writing., present
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Susan Weiner, CFA, helps financial professionals increase the impact of their writing on clients and prospects. She writes and edits articles, white papers, investment commentary, web pages, and other communications for leading investment and wealth management firms. Her Investment Writing blog is popular with advisors who care about writing that deepens their connections with clients and prospects.
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I finally published my book. I've come a long way since earning my Ph.D. in Japanese history.
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Susan Weiner, CFA