Search for digital marketing news on Google, and you will find that there are almost 2 billion results. Search for financial planning, and you get the same number. What does that mean for you as a financial advisor? It means that a lot of potential clients are searching for financial advice and that digital marketing is continually evolving.

So how do you tap into that vast market of prospects? You stay on top of the latest digital marketing trends with FMG Suite’s marketing blog specifically designed for financial advisors.

We created this comprehensive resource to provide financial advisors with the very best, most up-to-date marketing strategy information available. Backed by proven, field-tested research and experience, our extensive library of content features advice and techniques ranging from marketing basics to digital marketing news and trends.

When you make FMG Suite your digital marketing resource, you will find valuable information designed to help financial advisors connect with prospects and convert them into clients.

How to Create a Financial Advisor Blog (In 5 Steps)

Whether advisors want to boost their SEO, increase site traffic, or generate leads, a financial advisor blog always helps. In fact, 69% of businesses say that their blogs are what gives them the most lead generation. In addition, 60% of companies that blog see higher customer acquisition. These are…

Stop Making Mountains Out Of Blogging

You've probably realized that having a blog is no longer just recipes, vacation photos, or online diaries. Instead, more and more businesses are turning to blogs as a source of communication to keep their clients educated and engaged. 81% of U.S. online consumers trust information and advice from…

How to Write an SEO Friendly Blog Post

SEO is a hot topic in the world of digital marketing. We’ve frequently covered SEO and shared our recommendations for optimizing your website for search engines. One of the tips we often highlight is the importance of updating your site on a regular basis. The simplest way to do this is through…