Financial Institutions may be OK Ignoring Social Media – Here’s Why

Check out this article on social media and financial institutions, and how you may not need to jump on the bandwagon.  The author takes an interesting position that is worth reading.  http://thefinancialbrand.com/22087/cicero-social-media-finance-survey/

 

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3 Responses to Financial Institutions may be OK Ignoring Social Media – Here’s Why
  1. Larry Martin
    April 13, 2012 | 3:51 am

    This is a difficult decision area for financial institutions. It requires the expertise and knowledge of a person like Lauren O’Connell to allow making an informed decision. And, because the whole social media space is so young, dynamic and powerful, it is not something you make a decision on today and forget for a year or two.

  2. Larry Martin
    April 13, 2012 | 3:32 pm

    This is a difficult decision area for financial institutions. It requires the expertise and knowledge of an experienced person to allow making an informed decision. And, because the whole social media space is so young, dynamic and powerful, it is not something you make a decision on today and forget for a year or two.

    • loconnell1
      April 13, 2012 | 5:33 pm

      I agree – whatever you decide today needs to be constantly revisited as the world of social media is evolving really fast. I hope this blog helps leaders in financial institutions hear about the benefits as well as the risks of joining in, to help them stay knowledgeable.

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