Insurers’ Use of Social Media Has Jumped More Than 50 Percent Since 2010
A new LIMRA survey finds that 93 percent of life insurance companies had social media programs in place in 2013, up 55 percent from 2010 (when only 60 percent of companies used social media).
What a Difference a Year Makes — Social Media Use Climbs More than 30 Percent By Life Insurers in 2011
LIMRA study reveals dramatic uptick as companies strive for competitive edge.
Social Media Use in International Financial Services Jumps by More Than One Third in 2015
A new LIMRA survey of financial services companies in 26 countries shows their use of social media jumped to 88 percent in 2015, compared with 61 percent the prior year.
How to Measure Social Media Growth
A few years ago, LIMRA was tracking whether insurers were using or planning to use social media.
Social Media Continues to Evolve in the Financial Services Industry
Social media is becoming a common communication vehicle in the financial services industry.
Does Your Company Know the Real Value of Social Media?
LIMRA and LOMA Host 3rd Annual Social Media for Financial Services Conference to Help Companies Achieve their Business Goals Using Social Media.
Once Seen as a Headache, 8 in 10 Advisors Now Use Social Media in their Practice
2016 LIMRA LOMA Social Business Conference For Financial Services Explores Social Media Impact on Business.