View your profile statistics

14 Jan 2013

Check out your stats!

Great news for our advisers!  Your adviser statistics page is now live, meaning you can track consumer activity on your profile.  Log in now to take a look at your firm's statistics, including the number of times you have appeared on a search list, how many people have viewed your profile, and the amount of website clicks you have received.  From now on your firm's latest monthly statistics will be available from the 1st of each month, so why not diarise to log in and check the most up to date information?

We are also pleased to let our advisers know we have tidied up the capital letters in company names, and you can now display your company name with whatever upper and lower case formats you require.

Making the most of your advert?

It's just over two months since the launch of the new website, and we want to make sure you are making the most of your profiles.  Have you uploaded your logo yet?  Have you added your 50 word company description?  If not, now is the time to act.

Logos and descriptions help give searching consumers a reason to choose you!  It tells them more about your brand and what you do well.  With a high volume of searches this month, and an increased number of visitors clicking on listings with logos, make sure your business is capturing the consumer's eye.  Update your profile here.

Get social for 2013

Making sure your social media profiles are fresh and current can also help you to attract new clients this year.  Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, can be a great way to help you to maintain relationships with existing clients, as well as engage with potential clients.

To help you on your way, has teamed up with WSI Digital Marketing to bring you the social media management service.  With the help of WSI's tailored solutions for your business, you can increase your social media presence in no time, and as an adviser you can benefit from special offers!  Find out more here.



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