Who to Follow: Financial Services Marketing

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The Influencers: Financial Services Marketing” is an aggregate of marketing strategy, business insights and industry trends for marketers in Financial Services.

If you’ve been following our Twitter lists recently, then you know we’ve been aggregating the influencers in technology, professional services, and CSR.

Our newest list follows thought leaders in financial services marketing. In this list, we’ve included publications such as Bloomberg News, and Financial Times as well as bloggers and CEOs. Some of these experts include Candyce Edelen of propelgrowth,com, which specializes in B2B content marketing strategies for financial professionals, as well as Dan Ross, founder of betterbizideas.com, a marketing blog offering tips for financial analysts. The updates provide tips on how to utilize various social networks in digital marketing, links to helpful articles, as well as roundtable discussions. All the influencers provide diverse perspectives on useful marketing tactics to help any financial services professionals connect with customers and prospects. What better way to be in the know in these uncertain financial times than by listening to those who’ve dedicated their tweets to the topic!

Follow the list for access to informative whitepapers, upcoming webinars, and quick insights in one location. As always, this list will continue to grow and evolve with the market. Follow the list here.

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