Tag Archives: social media marketing
Close one more deal a month – how does that sound? Lenders and loan officers need every tool in their arsenal to grow and nurture their networks in order to drive more qualified leads. In addition to traditional marketing – cold calling, and advertising for example – loan originators need to use social media to […]
A recent study from Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group shows that most banks are significantly missing the mark with customers on social media. Out of 1,002 consumers polled, 52% said they believe their banks use of social was ineffective, and a whopping 87% said banks are “annoying, boring, or unhelpful” on social media. No worries! […]
Over the past few months, Twitter has added some new features to help stay current with the ever-changing social media landscape. While you can still count on a fast-paced sharing environment (and yes, you’re still limited to 140 characters per Tweet), the changes are showing that Twitter is willing to adapt to keep its users […]
It seems like Facebook is constantly changing, whether it’s making tiny updates to the privacy settings, or dramatic algorithm adjustments affecting how Pages reach their audiences. Little or big, these changes all add up – and they’ve made Facebook a very different place for companies to promote their businesses. Creative content and savvy customer service […]
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.
Last week, we discussed the importance of social media use for loan officers to grow and nurture their networks. We also introduced you to LinkedIn, taught you how to set up your account, introduced features to help grow your network, and advised on the do’s and don’ts of LinkedIn etiquette. Today, we are turning to […]
In our first installment of Hiring Your Social Media Dream Team, we talked about the importance of having an organized plan in place to help your team be as successful as possible and start you on the right track. Our second installment described the various team members and positions that can make up a Dream Team. […]