Let’s go back in time a bit and say it’s March, and you’re preparing for your financial institution's summer newsletter. So, you want a timely article related to finances and vacations, but where do you turn? The Article Library at image.works, of course!
Credit Union Marketing
My, what a journey it has been. It goes without saying that 2020 is a year we’ll never forget. A global pandemic, economic upheavals…the list of challenges goes on and on. But despite the difficulties we encountered in 2020, the image.works team managed to adapt, persevere and make it a banner year for our company and clients. Check out our highlights below.
Your image.works team is chomping at the bit to start celebrating the season – although it will look a little different this year. There won’t be an office lunch or gift exchange, but we will enjoy a holiday trivia time via Zoom.
Here are our holiday hours:
Before COVID-19 burst onto the scene and changed our world in irreparable ways, onboarding, reboarding and Marketing Automation may have been viewed more as niceties than necessities. But that’s no longer the case. Here’s why:
In the marketing world, we talk a lot about using targeted mailing lists to identify your ideal audience and reach specific individuals. But what about those times when you don’t want to narrow down your recipient list?
Point Breeze Credit Union’s partnership with image.works began long before its current marketing manager, Dawn Atwood, worked for the credit union.
It has become abundantly clear in recent weeks that health concerns aren’t the only consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. The crisis has also led to a significant downturn in the economy, and that means consumers and small business owners are now facing yet another major stressor in their personal and professional lives: financial uncertainties.
The COVID-19 outbreak continues to dominate the news and impact businesses on a global scale – with many financial institutions racing to get the word out about lobby closures, drive-thru hours, precautionary measures, etc. But after you communicate to accountholders about these pressing issues, it’s important to start thinking ahead.
We’ve all heard about Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers – the generational mainstays that comprise the bulk of the American people. But when it comes to the Silent Generation (consisting of those born between 1928 and 1945), the discourse among the general public has been, well, largely silent.
It’s official – the new year is here! We’re excited for what 2020 will bring, but before we get swept up in the new decade, we wanted to take a moment to look back at our highlights from 2019. It was a year filled with incredible achievements, new adventures and, of course, a whole lot of great marketing. Check it out!