Social Media Image Sizes - The Ultimate Cheat Sheet Below we have a fantastic and up-to-date resource for you on every image size you'll need for posting to social media. Provided by We Are Top 10, this infographic provides a great page to bookmark and refer back to if you forget one of the image sizes for a social media post you're working on. This graphic also includes some of the character lengths for your CU's all-important profile information, where you should definitely be including searchable keywords as well as current or trending hashtags and member service contact information.
Cybersecurity in the Workplace Is Everyone's Business October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and we all have to do our part. So says The National Cyber Security Alliance, a nonprofit public-private partnership. Consider the recent increase in cybercrime hitting U.S. businesses. It’s gotten so bad that credit bureau Equifax recently “lost” information including Social Security numbers on 143 million consumers!! Think about that for a minute: a company whose main job is to safeguard data... got hacked. Imagine how vulnerable other types of businesses are.
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Guest Blog from YEXT: When looking for a place to call home, where is the first place people tend to start their search? In years past, it was the real estate section of their local newspaper, or homebuyers would put their trust in the hands of an agent to show them the ropes. However, in the age of the intelligent search, mobile, and on-demand technology, that has all changed, especially for the millennial homebuyer!
1. “What is Twitter anyway? Isn’t that some kind of teenager thing where people send inappropriate pictures to each other?” SS Response: “Hahahahahaha… well, no not exactly. Perhaps you’re thinking of Snapchat? ☺ Twitter users do tend to skew a bit younger than other social platforms, but it is actually a very useful network of people worldwide. It’s where users share real time text updates and can also include images, videos and links, and Twitter has amazing potential for connecting people in different interest areas, demographic groups and cities or even countries far and wide. We find that Twitter is most appropriate for clients if they will be able to share real time updates about events or experiences that are relevant to a target audience and/or want to develop a reputation for thought leadership in a field.”
A 70 million-strong generation is fast replacing the Baby Boomers as the focus of everyone from marketers to real estate firms to politicians. Yes, we’re talking about the Millennials. Millennials haven’t replaced Boomers as a focus of politics – but only for the simple reason that Boomers still vote in bigger numbers. This will change.
As Credit Unions move their marketing and member service further into the 21st Century, one of the keys will be competing with online lenders. We work with clients daily on better reaching their target audiences with messages of the benefits of banking and borrowing through a credit union. Here's a few quick tips your credit union can implement immediately to better compete with online lenders: Tip #1: Share and Engage with People About Topics Related to Lending, But Don't Try to SELL First