Have you abandoned your Facebook page, Twitter feed, and Instagram posts because your credit union felt there was not enough ROI to substantiate your efforts? Have you not even gotten to it yet, because of the time commitment it takes? Yes, to do it right, Social Media takes time, but what if you were just looking at it from the wrong angle?
If you’re considering a professional website redesign for your credit union, and exploring your options when it comes to features, a term you’ve no doubt come across is Content Management System (CMS).
When we build a website for a credit union, one of the most requested components is Search Engine Optimization. Can you get me to the top of searches on Google? How can I get ranked for a certain keyword?
If you’ve ever thought about shortening your credit union’s web address to make it easier to remember or type, or the one that you wanted was previously unavailable, the new gTLDs (generic Top-level Domains) might be your chance.
2014 is the year that mobile internet browsing is predicted to take over desktop internet usage, and according to Google, 90% of people will move between devices to accomplish a goal, whether that’s on a smartphone, PC, tablet or laptop.
Although a full redesign may not be in your immediate future, here are 3 things that you can do today to improve your credit union’s website, and enhance the all-important user experience.
When a visitor views your credit union's website, is it obvious where they need to click to find what they need, or are they overwhelmed with information?
Updating your website with fresh content is the best way to ensure that your credit union is being found on the web.
“Convenience Banking” is a benefit touted by many credit unions. Much thought is given to convenient location, convenient hours & convenient services. Shouldn't your website be just as convenient?
When was the last time you added new information to your credit union's website? (Updating your interest rates doesn't count!) Adding content to your site will help you attract visitors and engage with members.