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Millions of investors use social media to find new companies and trading ideas every day. The shift from desktop stock-trading to trading on mobile phones using commission-free trading apps has created a nation of investors hungry for new stories and legitimate management teams.
Our deck for OTCQB companies reviews the latest research and information that you need to know about how investors interact with social media and what you can expect from different social media platforms.
“What if I don't have my social accounts in order, but am still interested in these tips?”
You might be surprised to learn how many companies on the OTCQB aren't taking advantage of the opportunity afforded by social media. If you don't have a Twitter account that tweets regularly, you'll want to hear what we have to say. Many OTCQB companies have difficulty gaining awareness and exposure, even after issuing an important press release. Social media is a proven way to broaden awareness with the audience that matters: people who are capable of becoming long-term investors. What have you got to lose? It's free.
Steve Yanor believes that social media levels the playing field because OTCQB companies can successfully compete and win against better known, better capitalized brands. All it takes is a thoughtful social media communications plan guided by the hands of experience and the ability to execute, day after day. Steve is the author of "Roadshow: The Marketing of Corporate Finance" and has more than 15 years and $45 billion of experience working directly with corporate issuers and investment banks on the marketing of equity securities to retail and institutional investors.