For months, we’ve been working on updating and streamlining our website to bring you an incredible user experience. It’s in keeping with our commitment to inform, educate and inspire our clients and prospects – something I’ve championed since starting M.J. Smith & Associates in 1983.
We wanted our website to provide a clear message about who we are, the clients we serve, and how we add value, by integrating various disciplines, such as investment, tax and other financial strategies to create holistic financial plans for our clients. The new site offers an easy-to-use navigation menu that enables you to easily select the information that’s most relevant to you. It’s also easy to view on mobile or portable devices and is easy to view on a wide range of web browsers.
While our old website included an occasional blog, our new blog will feature new content each week, and includes social sharing buttons so you can forward relevant content to your friends and family. If you don’t want to miss new content, you can click on the subscription icon at the top of the page to receive new blogs as they become available.
In addition to the blog, we’ve also interspersed new video content throughout the site. You’ll be able to get market updates, get to know our advisors, and learn more about our team’s commitment to you. And, access to your investor portal appears at the very top of every page, so you’ll always have easy access to your personal accounts.
In the coming months, we’ll continue to provide you with even more news articles, white papers, videos, blogs and other content, and we encourage you to check the site often for the latest from our firm.
In the meantime, we’d love to know what you think. Feel free to email me directly at email@example.com with your questions, comments and suggestions. We’re really proud of the new site and hope you’ll agree that it’s much easier to use, more visually appealing, and offers useful content. Visit us at the new www.mj-smith.com and email me with your review. I look forward to hearing from you!
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