Nearly all the credit unions surveyed by a pair of CUNA Councils were using Facebook to interact with members, the company said Monday.
Real people don’t repeat marketing slogans, social media maven tells confab.
Social media plays a dominant role in Gen Y’s personal and professional lives. Between Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Foursquare and Pinterest (and I’m sure I left out a few), it’s sometimes hard to understand how young adults have time for anything else.
LAS VEGAS — Attorney warns ACUMA attendees about ways social media can rile the regulators.
Arvada credit union gets the treatment this week at seminar in Denver.
No-cost online tool enables the trade association’s members to monitor what is being said about their bank and the products and services it offers.
Who’s posting on your credit union’s social media sites? Could it be those teens and 20-somethings that seem to have their cell phones and tablets surgically implanted in their hands when they’re born?
One of the most intriguing concepts in understanding and marketing to Gen Y – and who doesn’t want a younger membership – is that they don’t like to be sold to. In fact, in our world of information overload and marketing-clogged brain cells, no age group is really all that...
After hearing a growing chorus of requests from its financial advisers, INVEST Financial Corp., has moved forward with its initiative to build a bigger social media presence.
Here's a primer and a workout plan for getting your credit union's social media presence in shape.