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Credit unions have a unique position when it comes to social media. Unlike banks, which are opened to everyone, credit unions have a specific customer base. Members have to be affiliated with certain groups, such as an employer, community, or school. With the smaller, more targeted pool of members and potential members, social media can […]
Have you ever looked at the traffic to your website from social media and thought it didn’t look quite right? Does your direct traffic seem unusually high? You might be experiencing what Alexis Madrigal calls DARK SOCIAL. In short, dark social is when people copy and paste content or links from a website and share […]
In the first two installments of this series, we guided you through using LinkedIn and Facebook to grow and nurture your network as a loan originator (LO). Next we’ll talk about Twitter, and how you might tweet your way to closed deals in 140 characters or less.
On Monday, April 7, a new vulnerability in OpenSSL version 1.0.1 called “Heartbleed” was announced. A security advisory was issued that detailed this serious vulnerability in the encryption software in use by a large percentage of the internet. Nicknamed “Heartbleed”, it potentially allows attackers to retrieve information from encrypted SSL endpoints. Learn More. We […]
We love hearing how our customers are taking advantage of all that Gremln has to offer – so much so that we decided to share some of their experiences on our blog! We’re introducing Customer Spotlights where we highlight how social media marketers just like you are using Gremln to help boost their brands.
It’s been a stellar year for Gremln – since launching an updated version of its social media platform in the spring of 2012, we’ve been hard at work creating a compliance toolkit to help regulated industries get social, and working to keep you up to date on the latest industry news, tips, and social media best practices. […]
Hashtags have evolved into one of the most social aspects in all of social networking – you can use them to join topic-specific chats, spread brand awareness, or promote a certain brand, product, contest, or initiative with your followers. Hashtags haven’t always been present on social media. The first hashtag was introduced in August 2007 […]
We recently reached 10,000 fans on our Facebook page – wow! We’re so thankful for the Gremln community that we’re offering a chance to win a Kindle Paperwhite! Visit our Facebook page to enter the sweepstakes. To Enter