Today, modern websites are designed towards inter-activity to achieve specific goals of the company. These website goals include brand awareness, client engagement, client support, and lead generation. Each goal will have a direct impact on a website’s design and overall usability.

At Advisor Websites, we design websites to meet the legal regulatory compliance, security, and policy rules that guide the financial industry; in addition to achieving your goals of capturing leads, social media integration, marketing automation and more.

As we gear up for a special announcement in the next few months, this Flashback Friday blog will take us back on a memory lane on how our homepage and branding has changed and grown. We’ll also look at some of our partner’s websites and how these sites have evolved over time.

We used the Wayback Machine to capture the following images; the Wayback Machine is a nonprofit-organization that enables anyone to see what a particular website looked like at some time in the past.

Flashback Friday – Let’s take a walk back memory lane:


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Advisor Websites from 2012

Visit Advisor Websites current homepage.

Redtail Technology

Redtail CRM is a web-based, fully-featured and easy-to-use client management solution designed specifically for financial professionals.  Our integration allows you to build forms that can be placed on your website. When visitors fill out this form, their contacts are automatically created on your Redtail account.

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Redtail from 2003

Visit Redtail Technology’s current homepage.

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Hootsuite is a platform for managing social media, created in 2008. The dashboard allows the user to support social network integrations for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube, and many more. With the Hootsuite Integration, you can automatically send your blog posts to your social media streams.

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Hootsuite from 2009

Visit Hootsuite’s current homepage.


MailChimp is an email marketing service that allows people to send email newsletters, invitations, reminders and more to lists of subscribers. The platform allows you to build and customize email templates (without coding), manage lists of people who subscribe to your emails and view reports of how well your emails perform by looking at data such click and opened rate. Our MailChimp integration summarizes your published blog posts in the form of a newsletter and is automatically sent out to your subscribers on a schedule.
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Visit Mailchimp’s current homepage

Stay Tune for Part 2!

Please Note: this article is for informational purposes only. We strongly encourage you to verify any content and information you use with your own compliance department or legal counsel.

Written by Advisor Websites