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When you hear the term “mobile marketing,” what do you think of?
Most people seem to equate mobile marketing with text messaging. While that is certainly one component of mobile marketing, there is more to it than that—much more. Although mobile marketing is still evolving, there are many facets to its use.
In this program, award-winning credit union marketing expert Mark Arnold will discuss some of those possibilities, including:
Studies show that mobile marketing is the fastest, cheapest, easiest, and most effective way to connect with your members. Clearly, credit unions will have to adopt some type of mobile marketing strategy to stay competitive in the financial service arena.
Meet the presenter, Mark Arnold:
Mark Arnold, CCUE, is an acclaimed speaker, brand expert, and strategic planner with over 20 years of experience in the financial credit union marketing, business development, human resources, training, and sales. He is also president of On the Mark Strategies, a consulting firm that helps credit unions achieve their desired strategic goals through strategic planning, brand planning, leadership/management training, marketing planning, and staff training.
Before founding On the Mark Strategies, Mark served as senior vice president for Neighborhood Credit Union in Dallas, TX where he oversaw and planned strategies for multiple departments. He has also worked as communications manager for the Texas Credit Union League (TCUL) and in several positions at Community Credit Union. Mark is the author of multiple books, including Think Huge: Elevating Your Life and Your Business, My Best Service Ever and Marketing Across the Generations: Gen. X. Mark is also a contributing author for the Credit Union National Association’s Environmental Scan.
Who should attend?
Credit union professionals who are responsible for the policy or practice of membership development, especially in these positions:
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