social media strategy

  • Interaction Is More Than Showing Up

    Only 10% of credit unions are settlers, who stick around to finish what they started in social media.

  • People in the News - Nov. 27, 2013

    From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.

  • People in the News

    The $376 million People’s Credit Union of Middleton, R.I. appointed John T. Knierim to the position of executive vice president/chief financial officer. Knierim was previously employed as senior vice president and chief financial officer at the $1.1 billion Greylock Federal Credit Union in Pittsfield, Mass. Prior to Greylock, he was...

  • Social Media Topic of CMG Session in Puerto Rico (video)

    Fifty-one credit unions meeting in San Juan on Friday for day-long how-to with CMG specialists.

  • People in the News

    GHS Federal Credit Union, Binghamton, N.Y., announced the promotion of Kevin Kelly. Kelly joined GHS in the spring of 2011 and has recently been promoted to IS manager where he oversees the daily operations of GHS’s information systems, including overseeing the IS staff, managing the network, GHS’s defenses, and safeguarding...

  • People in the News - July 15, 2013

    From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.

  • Keeping It Social: Guest Opinion

    I spend a lot of time in strategic planning sessions, and growth is almost always the dominant focus. A majority of our nation’s credit unions are considered small, with less than $50 million, and the sad reality is that most in this group are having a difficult time with membership,...

  • How to Really Make Social Media Work for Your Credit Union

    After you read through your Facebook newsfeed today, did you remember any specific messages from businesses that you follow? If so, take careful note of how those messages were crafted and what they said. It will be valuable information after you read this.

  • There’s Still More Room to Embrace Social Media

    Customer service and marketing are blending into one place, and education is next.

  • Gen Y Back Talk: Posting With a Purpose

    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.

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