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While more and more accountants working in accounting and tax have a social media presence, many may not be actively using their accounts to develop business for their practices. Facebook, in particular, is baffling to many financial professionals who do not know how use their presence to recruit more prospects and keep the clients they have. This practical guidance has worked for author Carrie Kahn. Read on to see how these common-sense tips can help you use Facebook to increase your business as well.
It's time to "chat" with Cathy Iconis about her successful firm, the ProAdvisor program and her well-known @QBOChat.
Joining LinkedIn is smart for business, but not using all of its benefits defeats the purpose. Get detailed tips for building prospects through LinkedIn.
With Pinterest gaining so much momentum, it's important to be prepared for the potential marketing opportunities in this space. Here are five ways you can leverage the power of Pinterest for your accounting firm.
Do you have a stack of business cards lying on your desk just waiting for your follow up? You're not alone. Learn why most accountants don't reach out a second, third, or fourth time to prospects they don't immediately close.
Getting ready for an upcoming event or conference? Get the tips you need in this second part of a 3-part series from Kathy Grosskurth.
Got reviews? Now you can show clients that you care by replying to reviews on your ProAdvisor profile.
In this competitive, demanding, technology-driven world, firms will have to change the way they are doing business.
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Important conference coming up or do you want to begin preparing for next year? Start prioritizing exactly what you want to get out of your experience. Here's the first of a 3-part series from Kathy Grosskurth.
Technology and the online platform are moving fast, and if your firm fails to adapt, you will be fishing for sardines, instead of swimming with sharks.