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March 25th, 2017

Should Credit Unions Advertise on Social Media?

Social Media Marketing | Marketing for Your Financial Institution

Here's another great video blog we shot with the guys at ClickVue. Today we are discussing the question: Should Credit Unions Advertise on Social Media? To be honest, we won't even work with clients who WON'T spend some decent budget on social media, and here's why... in under 3 minutes! 

 

Should Credit Unions advertise on Social Media? The answer is a resounding YES!

Top Reasons Why:
- Social Networks are all pay to play platforms, where content won't get any impressions without advertising support.

- The targeting is incredible, you can reach members, and users based on all kinds of demographics and specific interests.

- You can also target by income, hosehold makeup, home value, buying habits, and many, many other useful insights.

- Optimization and proving ROI has never been easiser than with Social and digital ads.

- Small budgets can go a LONG way.

Let us show you how it's done! Email us today!

Related Post: 4 Powerful Ways Your Credit Union Should be Using LinkedIn to Grow Your Business

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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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