Tori Ahmed

Tori Ahmed 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 2006, Tori oversees the team that is responsible for helping affiliated advisors design and build their websites. This includes serving as a primary contact for day-to-day questions, overseeing the training of new staff, and contributing to the continual evolution of Commonwealth's EasySite system. Tori became a Certified Usability Analyst through Human Factors International in 2009; she majored in early childhood education at Curry College.

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SEO for Financial Advisors: 5 Useful Tips

Build a Great Twitter Marketing Strategy: How Financial Advisors Should Start Tweeting

SEO for Financial Advisors: 5 Useful Tips

Posted by Tori Ahmed

September 14, 2016 at 1:30 PM

When you search for a topic on Google, Bing, or Yahoo!, the results you receive are actually generated by systematic algorithms that attempt to return the most relevant webpages based on your search query. Considering that the majority of searchers only view the first page of search results, many companies set a goal of improving their ranking over time, so potential customers will be more likely to find them. Easier said than done, right? Not necessarily.

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Topics: Marketing

Build a Great Twitter Marketing Strategy: How Financial Advisors Should Start Tweeting

Posted by Tori Ahmed

April 8, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Twitter is a fast-moving network that connects us with the latest stories, news, ideas, information, and opinions. Not only is it a great tool for staying current, but the right Twitter marketing strategy can help financial advisors reach out and connect with a rich network of fellow experts, thought leaders, and prospects.

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Topics: Social Media, Marketing

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