Isabelle Baggetta

Isabelle Baggetta is supervisor, web services and usability, at Commonwealth Financial Network®, member FINRA/SIPC, the nation's largest privately held Registered Investment Adviser–independent broker/dealer. With the firm since October 2012, she is responsible for the development, design, and maintenance of websites hosted within EasySite, Commonwealth's advisor website program. Isabelle received her BA in communications and media studies from Fisher College and is also a Certified Usability Analyst through Human Factors International.

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Don’t Wait! 5 Essential Website Updates to Make Before Year-End

5 Business Social Media Shortcuts for Financial Advisors

Social Media for Busy Financial Advisors

Don’t Wait! 5 Essential Website Updates to Make Before Year-End

Posted by Isabelle Baggetta

November 6, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Between holidays, client events, and all those loose ends to tie up, the end of the year can be a whirlwind. As supervisor of the team that manages Commonwealth’s website-building program, EasySite, I often see an increase in the number of advisors making changes to their firm’s website during this time. But updating your site doesn’t have to be a year-end chore. By regularly reviewing key aspects of your site, you can keep it looking fresh all year without too much effort.

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Topics: Technology

5 Business Social Media Shortcuts for Financial Advisors

Posted by Isabelle Baggetta

April 23, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Digital marketing works. Many financial advisors see powerful results that grow their network and strengthen relationships with clients and prospects. Business social media efforts, however, are much different from the time you spend on your personal profiles—you have to work strategically and efficiently.

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Topics: Social Media, Marketing

Social Media for Busy Financial Advisors

Posted by Isabelle Baggetta

April 9, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Social media . . . oh no! I've already lost some of you. Come back—I swear this won't be overwhelming!

Here at Commonwealth, we recommend social media for busy financial advisors. Why? In short, it works.

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Topics: Social Media, Marketing

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