Credit unions that still aren't leveraging social media's common bonds won't survive.
CareerBuilder finds one-third of employers are more likely to interview candidates with an online presence.
Forum will discuss credit unions’ volunteer efforts around financial education.
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When it comes to which social media channels have the most potential to help small businesses, respondents to a recent survey said LinkedIn topped the list.
Sending real money to a Twitter user has become as simple as typing: “#Dwolla @TwitterUser $10.”
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...
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?
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.
SilverCloud and Catchfire Creative collaborated on a study of credit unions' social media usage.