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Wealth Professional | 12 Mar 2015, 10:10 AM Agree 0
A leading author and financial planner provides advisors with an interesting, but possibly controversial way to attract new clients.
  • adrienne | 12 Mar 2015, 01:46 PM Agree 0
    I disagree with the statement " “It is also a plus if that advisor has an established media presence, indicating they’ve earned the media’s trust and respect for the knowledge and advice they can provide,” ... “Television and radio turn to people in the community who can speak authoritatively on a range of subjects. Has your advisor been the local expert that media turn to?”

    In our community the ones you see in print are the advisors who have paid for that "privilege". Often you see publications with the "top advisors"...but to appear , you have had to purchase an ad that runs in the same publication. Or even, paid to insert an article!

    MANY of the best advisors choose not to be seen in print or on TV.
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