ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — There are a lot of things recently retired CEO of Texas Dow Employees Credit Union Ed Speed does not like. Collaboration, social media and e-commerce are just for starters. But he didn’t keep his credit union from getting involved in those things.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The smart phone and tablet are more critical than most people think, according to Max Wolff, chief economist and senior analyst with GreenCrest Capital. During a morning session of the CU Reality Check conference here today, he asserted that mobile is the ATM of 15 years...
New social media campaign eschews traditional outlets to feature a bullying George Washington.
With Facebook and Twitter dominating the social media scene, LinkedIn has been, for the most part, waiting to join the conversation.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The smartphone and tablet are more critical than most people think, according to Max Wolff at GreenCrest Capital.
Commission says Facebook, Twitter use OK unless access is restricted or if investors don’t know that’s where they need to turn for news.
No longer is it a case of should a credit union be active on social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter. Now, it has shifted to just how active and on exactly which channels.
Thirty credit unions now among users, company says, with traffic evenly split between mortgage and auto loans.
Credit unions aim to create a buzz through social media marketing rewards program.
Considering here what credit unions can do to keep at bay the what-might-have-beens.