OnlineAdvisorCentral.com Launches October 12, Aiming To Bridge The Gap Between Social Media And getting Paid To Give Financial Planning Advice Online

Wednesday, October 05, 2011 10:17
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OnlineAdvisorCentral.com Launches October 12, Aiming To Bridge The Gap Between Social Media And getting Paid To Give Financial Planning Advice Online

The founders of MyFinancialAdvice.com, a site designed to enable financial planners to offer advice online to middle-income Americans, are launching a site designed to promote use of social media by advisors.

 

Launching on October 12, 2011, OnlineAdvisorCentral.com will include online video training, peer support, ongoing one-on-one assistance, and "monetization" tools to conduct advice sessions online.

 

Register for our free webinar to find out more.

 

Kevin Condon and Ron Peremel have for several years been working on MyFinancialAdvice.com to promote financial planning to individuals other than the high-net-worth. OAC attempts to build on that effort by incorporating the use of social media to engage potential clients.

 

Condon says many advisors are using social media but don't have a way to monetize the effort. MyFinanciaAdvice.com, he says, provides the online engine for charging a client for advice. He and Peremel want to attract consumers using the OAC platform.

 

"We have ability to span that bridge to the public," says Peremel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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kevinpaulcondon
Online Advisor Central is NOT for the public, but for professional financial advisors who want to give advice to the public for a fee. This is the frontier of web practice. We invite all advisors who want to explore aggressive use of Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and YouTube to join us and move this whole show onto the web. Register for the webinar and come see what we've got.
kevinpaulcondon , October 05, 2011

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