Credit unions are in the bulk email-sending business, whether they know it or not, and need to pay attention to changing industry and technical requirements, or they may soon find themselves unable to send any emails to anyone, says Dave Wordhouse.
Financial institutions depend on email for daily communications, meaning if email is compromised, the credit union and member information are also compromised. Chris Shelton shares three email security tools your credit union can implement to keep your information safe.
Despite all the benefits that come with hosting email on a cloud environment, there are also a number of risks. Dave Wordhouse covers some of the ways cloud email might put a credit union at risk, and how you can tighten your email controls to better secure your credit union.
An effective lengthy email campaign relies on more than just the right information, says Andrew Macmillan. The best combine creative inspiration with just enough consistent design to tie the whole series together for the reader.
Gaining email subscribers is a great asset in marketing your credit union, but figuring out how can be a confusing and daunting process. Casey Smith has some helpful advice to get you started and get your list growing.
When it comes to sending out emails, whether to members or staff, it may seem pretty straightforward. But if you want to really capture your readers attention, there are some steps you can take improve your communication quality. Andrew Macmillan has the good stuff.