You're not a bank.

Stop looking like one.


Corny? Nutty?

Perhaps. But with delicious results.


Ugly website?

Maybe its time for a makeover.


Need a checkup?

No appointment necessary.



you'll be proud
to plaster everywhere.


Web Sites

that look good on every screen



What’s your CU’s heart and soul? Our three-stage process helps you figure it out, translate it into powerful words, images, and actions, and put it to work.


Not everyone will see your new branch or ad, but almost everyone visits your web site. We help you connect to members with distinctive web sites that build brands and get results.


For loans, deposits, and memberships, marketing is your growth engine. Get results with authentic, brand-based communication online, offline, and everywhere in between.


The topic is credit union marketing and you’re invited to read and share. With over 900 posts there are lots of ideas worth talking about, and we’d love to hear what you think!

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There is an option to The Slow Fade.

By | Marketing | 4 Comments

Day after day after day, too many credit unions have kept doing the exact same thing they always have, for members they have always had. As a result, too many end up focused on trying to stay afloat with an aging membership and rising overhead costs, spending less and less money and effort on…

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Where’s your Master Plan?

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Elon Musk, best known as the CEO of Tesla, recently released a very interesting document on his company’s blog — the second half of his “Master Plan”. He’s achieved or is close to achieving the goals he laid out in the first half, so it’s time to go public on…

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Quality in marketing matters.
People can tell the difference.

Brian Wringer

Brand Loyalists are wimps.
Build a Legion of Brand Fanatics.

Kent Dicken

Good marketing is a wise investment.
Great marketing is an incredible investment.

Kent Dicken

Business is an ecosystem, not a battlefield.

Brian Wringer

Mission Statements are boring. What’s your Manifesto?

Kent Dicken