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By: Meredith Olmstead

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July 7th, 2016

Here's the Magic Mix for Content on Credit Union Social Media

Social Media Marketing | Marketing for Your Financial Institution | Marketing Tips | Financial Institution News & Information

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I was asked if there is a magic mix for what kind of content you should use on your Credit Union Social Media... here's my answer in our recent video blog, it's just over 2 minutes flat!! :)

In short... stick to the 80/20 rule with credit union social media content, where 80% of your content is either useful or entertaining to your target or fans/followers, and only 20% promotes your business services. This tip is easy to follow and will guarantee that you won't hard sell on social media.



We are going to continue to deliver these short but sweet video blogs with the help of the guys at ClickVue. They create economical video content for Credit Unions to use on their websites to sell products and on social media to drive great value and engagement.

Check out ClickVue today and get in touch with us for help using these amazing videos!

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About Meredith Olmstead

Meredith Olmstead is the CEO and Founder of FI GROW Solutions, which provides Digital Marketing & Sales services. Since 2013 Meredith has led the FI GROW team, working exclusively with Credit Unions and Community Banks, taking staff step-by-step through the process of launching all of their Digital Marketing efforts, as well as implementing full Inbound Marketing campaigns and providing Sales Enablement training and support. Meredith recommends a very clear and measurable strategy to all of her clients, and then works with them to re-evaluate the success of these efforts on a continuing basis, all with an eye on moving toward a clear return on your online sales and marketing investment.

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