FYI | Mar 31 2017
I am an avid follower of the fella with the sideburns, but I don't want to sign up to Twitter.
I am paraphrasing, but only a little bit, from one of the emails we received in recent weeks. Lucky for this subscriber, and for all others with similar ideas, the new website shows the latest tweets from Rudi On Twitter, on the right hand side of the front page, underneath the Search facility Search Stocks & Stories.
Rudi On Twitter is FNArena's first endeavour into social media. It acts as a communication channel, for example when there are technical problems with emails or the website, in replacement of the central messages board that stood prominently near the top of the former website, to which many of our loyal subscribers had become used to.
Investors who do follow Rudi On Twitter will appreciate the out-of-consensus remarks, and the highlights from reputable sources, but above all, the additional news flashes that compliment FNArena stalwarts such as The Australian Broker Call Report, The Overnight Report and Rudi's Views on the website.
Rudi On Twitter also allows for communication with non-subscribers, some of whom may have never heard of FNArena.
Of course, this is not where our social media ambition ends. FNArena already has built its own corporate presence on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. Next step is to successfully integrate these external social media platforms into our broadening communication channel.
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