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Massachusetts: Investment Advisors’ Social Media Practices Fall Short

LIMRA Offers Research, Training and Educational Opportunities to help Advisors and Companies Incorporate Social Media Best Practices.

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LIMRA and Socialware Launch New Social Media Training for Financial Advisors at Distribution Conference

ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 23, 2011 — Today, LIMRA and Socialware introduced their new social media training program to more than 300 financial services sales, marketing and distribution leaders at LIMRA’s 2011 Distribution Conference in Orlando, Fla.

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.

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.

Don’t Let Social Media Expose Your Weaknesses

LIMRA and LOMA Host Social Media Conference for Financial Services Professionals in Boston.

LIMRA and LOMA Announce 2014 Social Media Silver Bowl Winners

BOSTON, Aug. 21, 2014 — LIMRA and LOMA announced the winners of the second annual Social Media Silver Bowl Awards at the LIMRA LOMA 2014 Social Media Conference for Financial Services in Boston, Mass. on Aug. 21, 2014.

New Industry Study: Social Distancing Measures Challenge Advisors’ Practices

Not being able to meet in person with their clients during the pandemic ranks as the biggest impact to their business for 9 in 10 advisors according to a recent study. Market factors including low interest rates and increased market volatility have also been disruptive to advisors’ practices.