Posts Tagged ‘Web’
Cruft check: fast, easy credit union website cleanup
Hey, I get it; housekeeping is hard. But it’s still an important part of keeping your credit union’s website running smoothly. Every so often, it’s worth taking a few minutes to clean up link rot, scrub that scruffy, crusty old content, and throw out last year’s leftover rates. Here’s our easy, fun checklist to get…Read More
Do you have website blindness?
Is your website actually usable, or are you just used to it? If you’re working with your website frequently or even daily, you might feel like your website is truly, actually user-friendly. But the problem is, you’re too close to it. You might have website blindness. It’s easy for you to navigate a website when…Read More
How to keep those winter Marketing Monsters from getting ABOMINABLE
During the winter months, it gets really easy to let things slide as you plan for warmer weather. Unfortunately, those Marketing Monsters aren’t waiting until spring comes to cause you problems. In fact, winter is usually when those problem monsters become Abominable. When I say Abominable, I mean big, hairy, and out of control. While…Read More
The best websites are never done
Once your credit union’s spiffy, super-fresh new website goes live, you can raise a toast and cross website stuff off your to-do list for a few years, right? Not so fast. A new website is only fresh for a brief moment in time. The world, your members, and what they want and need are constantly…Read More
What your credit union needs to know about Facebook
If your credit union has been just kind of existing on Facebook, here’s how to turn your page into a Facebook engagement phenomenon.Read More
How COVID-19 has changed credit union website stats
A few days ago, I saw some very interesting stats from Google on how profoundly movement patterns have changed in recent weeks. The data comes from anonymized location data from Android users who have Location History turned on: https://www.google.com/covid19/mobility/ And I started wondering… what effects can we see by comparing the last few weeks of…Read More
Five ways a lame website bleeds members and money
When a credit union is considering a shiny new website with all the bells and whistles, they’re naturally concerned about what it’s going to cost.* Sure, you have to be careful with your members’ money, but it’s also important to factor in what that lame old website might be costing you every day: 1. A…Read More
CU Website Best Practices: Be Nice to Bookmarkers
One odd trait we’ve seen on the credit union websites we build is that most have quite a few – sometimes thousands of – visitors who repeatedly arrive via bookmarks. Obviously, you want to be very, very nice to frequent visitors, especially ones who care enough to bookmark something on your site and return regularly.…Read More
Maybe you just need to reboot your CU?
A credit union is kind of like a computer. Multiple components interfacing with processes that all have to work together to get anything done. Competing demands for limited resources that are trying to do too many things at once. Lots and lots of data to process, that everyone wants immediately, if not sooner. With all…Read More
Where do you get great content for great content marketing?
Content marketing is a great way to move away from interruption marketing and build relationships and trust. But where does all the content come from?Read More