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Shelly Goodman

Shelly Goodman
Shelly is the Agency Marketing Manager at WebStrategies and showcases our services to prospective clients while listening to existing clients and team members to continually address their digital marketing needs. In 2009 she began her digital marketing career as an account manager with Impression Marketing; a company that is now part of WebStrategies. As a two-time graduate of Virginia Tech, she’s worked in digital roles at Capital One Financial and a leading local news organization in Richmond. After further honing her experience in content marketing, lead generation, email marketing, and social media promotions, Shelly joined WebStrategies in 2022.

Recent Posts

Gain & Retain Credit Union Members by Knowing What Matters to Consumers

Posted May 9, 2022
4 minute read
While credit unions have long been known for their low rates and trust-worthy business practices, younger consumers in this digital-first era have different priorities. In our exclusive, Consumer Banking Preferences & Behavior Report, based on a survey of 1,000 banking consumers, we learned that there is a wide gap between what consumers under 45 value and those that are 45-plus value in a financial institution. It is up to marketers to resonate with consumers on things that matter most to them which may require changing up the message as well as the channels in order to reach a younger audience.
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Topics Email marketing, Digital Marketing, Credit Union Marketing, HubSpot for Credit Unions

Is Your Manufacturing Website Designed to Help or Hurt Marketing Efforts?

Posted April 29, 2022
3 minute read
Effective websites attract visitors to your pages over competitors’ but a poorly designed or non maintained website can actually drive away prospects. Your website is the face of your business and if done well, is the primary tool for capturing the attention of prospective customers.
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Topics Inbound Marketing, SEO, Digital Marketing, Manufacturing Marketing

How do Credit Unions Reach the Under 45 Audience?

Posted April 21, 2022
4 minute read
As a credit union marketer, knowing what the target audience cares about most is essential to crafting a message that resonates. Do you know what banking consumers under age 45 prioritize in their financial institution? Are you promoting the features that matter to them as competition increases against national banks and online-only banks for share-of-wallet? 
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Topics Credit Union Marketing

Implementing a Content Strategy for Manufacturing Marketing for SEO

Posted April 7, 2022
4 minute read
The internet has the farthest reach of any advertising medium so if you want to get to the farthest corners of your market, generate good content about your products so those potential buyers can find you. We often hear that a manufacturers’ products are so niched that the best way to reach a target market is through networking and at tradeshows. Networking with current and prospective customers in-person will never be wrong, but remember that your prospects and customers ARE on the internet, searching for solutions to their daily manufacturing problems. Nearly 70% of engineers say they use supplier websites to research products and services (Trew Marketing & Global Spec 2022 Survey). Just like you, they read emails and social posts from leaders in their industry to learn about the latest innovations and market trends. They are searching for ways to improve production, reduce costs and impress their boss with the newest industry information. In addition to your networking efforts, your website is a 24/7 research tool; that if set up well, with robust content, will provide answers that put you in the spotlight as the subject matter expert. However, if your site does not answer product questions, or worse, is not ranked for the key search words and phrases, then your competition could snag your leads. In our 2021 survey of equipment manufacturers, content marketing ranked by far the digital marketing tactic that they were having the most success with.
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Topics SEO, Lead generation, Manufacturing Marketing