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Arkovi Extends Social Media Archiving Capabilities To Financial Advisor Marketing Platform

Arkovi Extends Social Media Archiving Capabilities To Financial Advisor Marketing Platform

April 14, 2011, Dover, OH—Arkovi, the premier financial services solution for social media archiving, compliance and market intelligence, is now integrated into MarketeRIA, a new content management system developed specifically for financial advisors. According to a partnership announced today between Arkovi developer BMRW & Associates, Inc. and Triplestop LLC, advisors using the Marketeria platform will be able to manage their websites, add new content and participate on social networking platforms from one dashboard – and be assured their social media activity is captured and archived. Continue reading

Social Networking for RIA’s

Social Networking for RIA’s

We welcome Joe Polidoro and Triplestop LLC in this guest blog post on social media in the regulatory world of investment advisory. Joe and his team are financial services veterans with a clear vision for the intersection of compliance, marketing and operations. More and more RIA’s are successfully marketing themselves on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and … Continue reading

Twitter Toolkits for iPad and Metrics

Twitter Toolkits for iPad and Metrics

The folks over at oneforty.com have built for Twitter what the iTunes App Store is for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad – a community reviewed directory of apps contributing to social media for a multitude of mediums (mobile, web, software apps, etc.). One of the more compelling features of oneforty.com are the toolkits, assembled by users and the oneforty team – that batch together apps to meet specific needs. Continue reading

CEO’s, Trust and Social Media (via Triplestop LLC)

CEO’s, Trust and Social Media (via Triplestop LLC)

Great piece by Joe Polidoro (@joepolidoro) on the Triplestop blog regarding the obstacles to social media and business. Polidoro uses an interesting contrast against a feature by NPR in late April that covered prison life and the trust a conservative warden put in a long term prisoner to edit the jail house press. “Most C-level managers still … Continue reading