The third annual I Love My Credit Union Day, a worldwide social media blitz meant to spread awareness and appreciation for the industry, was a resounding success, reports Emily Claus, with over one thousand credit unions and organizations getting involved in the festivities.
When planning a core conversion, the list of things to do can feel never ending, but managing social media should be a priority for credit unions, says Melissa Hammel. Hammel offers advice on how to best create a social media strategy in the weeks leading up to the conversion.
Kyle Karnes offers a few quick and easy suggestions for marketing your credit union to younger audiences and build the trust they have in the credit union.
If your financial literacy efforts are limited to your branch and your website, your credit union is missing out on one of its greatest tools: social media. Vivian Colligan offers insight on how to properly take advantage of these platforms and become a reliable source of education for members and potential members alike.
Following the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, Democrats are questioning the impact social media might have had on the event and what user trends might have been capable of predicting.
In the follow-up to his article on marketing goals, Andrew Macmillan discusses your team’s brand champions, how to identify them, and how to connect with them.
The second I Love My Credit Union Day, held on July 29th, was a resounding success for the credit union world. Emily Claus sat down with the creators and team behind the event to learn more about their inspiration, efforts, and what the future might hold.
Credit Union Employees and Members Join Together to Celebrate Credit Unions with #ILoveMyCreditUnion
On July 30th, 2021, hundreds of credit unions, leagues, and partners from around the globe came together on social media to show the world what makes credit unions great. Emily Claus shares the inspiration behind the day, the stories that were told, and the success of the event.