How to Build a Credible Online Presence: Webinar

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    Greg Fraser of Investopedia and Lester Tiro of Advisor Websites discuss how financial advisors can build a credible online presence.

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    1. Greg Fraser

      SVP, Product
      Greg Fraser is Senior Vice President, Product at Investopedia, leading product strategy to launch new offerings, enhance the user experience and maximize revenue. He most recently served as Chief Marketing Officer and head of product for private-equity owned Vertana Group, a collection of five e-commerce brands. Read more: About Us | Investopedia Follow us: Investopedia on Facebook
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