The use of social media for networking purposes seems to be going from strength to strength as the more tech-savvy advisers use various portals as their primary lead generation tools.

But what about a role for LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other sites – no longer a young person’s fad – in recruiting staff, or indeed boosting a professional profile?

Candidate quality is said to improve significantly when social media is used for recruitment and a level of engagement with social networks at a corporate level indicates a more modern culture, one that is increasingly likely to attract fresh talent.

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