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By: Meredith Olmstead

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May 2nd, 2017

How Often Should You Be Posting on Social Media? [Infographic]

Social Media Marketing | Credit Union Marketing | Marketing Tips | Marketing & Sales Strategy

Pretty cool graphic from a blog on how often is best to post on various social media platforms, by SumAll App. We agree with most of these, although Pinterest isn't terribly useful for FIs. The KEY is to be consistent! Don't post for a few weeks and then forget it for a few weeks. Pre-schedule with a tool like Hootsuite and then stay on it! There's no set it and forget it on social media! If that's what you're looking for you're out of luck! :)

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How often to post on social media

If you want to see the rest of the Infographic—with details on Pinterest, Google Plus, and blog posts—visit the SumAll blog to see Part 2 of the How Often to Post graphic.

Contact us if you want some help with all this! That's why we're here!

Related Post: Credit Union Social Media: Why You Need to Engage with Members Online

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About Meredith Olmstead

Meredith Olmstead is the CEO and Founder of Social Stairway, LLC, which provides Digital Marketing & Sales services to Credit Unions and Affiliated Organizations. With experience working with financial institutions in markets of various sizes around the United States, and as an experienced Director of Online Marketing, she has helped design and implement numerous marketing and sales campaigns. Since 2013 Meredith has led the Social Stairway team, working exclusively with Credit Unions, 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 measureable 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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