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Frank Troise says he sold his company for $6 million, signed on Loring Ward, The BAM Alliance and seven top hedge funds to receive his referrals.

How Frank Troise is looking to shoot the 'Google Love' moon -- with DFA, VC, crowd-sourcing and M&A aspects -- and why some critics see it as an elaborate salvage sale
The original referral model, MyFreeRetirementReport.com, proved suboptimal when brokers allegedly failed to pay up, and now industry leaders are leery of the new model's practical and regulatory viability

Sunday 10.27.13
Jason Wenk says he brought in 105 prospective clients through blogging last month. 'No one could keep up with that.'

How a 33 year-old advisor ditched the Midwest for California and used mad blogging and SEO skills to hijack annuity-bound web traffic to propel giant growth
With $40 million and counting in new business this year alone, Jason Wenk expects to double his AUM by year's end in part by mining clients' keyword gold

Wednesday 10.2.13
Frank Troise: Once we have ascertained local consumer/baby boomer data, the physical store and staffing requirements are a mere formality.

Gathering assets with long tails: Exactly how RIAs of any size can market with the big boys with 'Google Love'
3 ways to slay your marketing adversaries by using Google ad words with military precision to maximum effect

Wednesday 8.15.12
Frank Troise: Advisors can now acquire new business each day for the price of a Starbucks coffee.

How Google Love can put an RIA onto an equal marketing footing with BlackRock
The big search engine -- and the web in general -- may be the two technologies most neglected by advisors

Friday 7.6.12
Frank Troise: There's exceptional demand. We just don't have enough advisors on the platform.

How one firm is supposedly cracking the lead generation code to the tune of 50,000 advisors supplied -- by, for now, not trying to create referrals
Investor Watchdog, FreeRetirementReport and Vestorly are among the firms seeing growth but are grappling with vetting issues -- of both advisors and clients

Thursday 6.21.12

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