NCUA Marketing and Social Media Webinar Will Help Credit Unions Boost Their Brands

July 2016
NCUA Marketing and Social Media Webinar Will Help Credit Unions Boost Their Brands

Learn How Social Media Improve Your Credit Union’s Bottom Line 

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (July 12, 2016) – Credit unions can learn how to use social media to increase their web traffic, improve their brand identity and boost their lending during the National Credit Union Administration’s upcoming webinar, “Marketing – Effective Use of Social Media,” on Wednesday, Aug. 10, starting at 2 p.m. Eastern.

Lauren Bethea, economic development specialist with NCUA’s Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives will lead a panel that includes: 

  • Kenneth C. Bator, CEO, Bator Training and Consulting, Inc. 
  • Christopher Dukes, Intern, Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives, NCUA
  • Kenzie Snowden, Social Media and Outreach Specialist, Office of Public and Congressional Affairs, NCUA
  • Jeff Snyder, Communications Officer Pennsylvania Credit Union Association

During this webinar, the panel will discuss how to create a social media plan, define your credit union’s target audience, determine what messages you want to send to your audience, and how to have meaningful interactions with them. 

Online registration is available here. Participants will use this same link to log into the webinar. Registrants should allow pop-ups from this website. There is no charge to participate in this 90-minute webinar.

Participants may submit questions in advance at The subject line of the email should read, “Marketing – Effective Use of Social Media.” Participants with technical questions about accessing the webinar may email

This webinar will be closed captioned and then archived online here approximately three weeks following the live event.

NCUA’s Office of Small Credit Union Initiatives fosters credit union development and the effective delivery of financial services for small credit unions, new credit unions, minority depository institutions and credit unions with a low-income designation.

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