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WebStrategies Appears on CUbroadcast to Discuss Digital Advertising Pitfalls

Posted December 7, 2021
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WebStrategies recently appeared on credit union talk show CUbroadcast. The show featured CEO Chris Leone and Head of Digital Advertising Emily Niedermaier discussing digital advertising pitfalls that credit unions should avoid.

The episode will benefit any credit union using digital advertising as a marketing tactic. Specifically, marketers will learn common mistakes that credit unions make when advertising online, which advertising benchmarks are and aren't helpful, and what to know about keyword strategies.

WebStrategies has appeared on CUbroadcast several times before, each time to educate credit union marketers on digital marketing trends and tactics. Previous topics covered include marketing automation, tracking and reporting, and marketing budgets. 

Specializing in advertising, SEO, marketing automation, conversion rate optimization, and reporting, WebStrategies is known in the credit union space for superior digital marketing. Credit union marketers partner with WebStrategies with goals of growing loan applications, utilizing HubSpot, and establishing better tracking and reporting for campaigns. 

You can view WebStrategies' latest appearance on CUbroadcast here

Topics Digital advertising, Credit Union Marketing

Carrie Dedrick has over seven years of experience in the digital marketing space. A writer at heart, Carrie spent a significant portion of her career as an editor of a website with an audience of over 2 million people, responsible for copywriting, editing, content strategy, and organic social media. Though she started out at WebStrategies in 2019 as a client success manager, Carrie particularly enjoys her new role behind-the-scenes supporting marketing and sales initiatives through the inbound approach. A proud alumna of Bridgewater College, she earned her B.A. in Communication Studies and English in 2012.

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