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Social Media Maven Shares Wisdom in #CUNAChat Debut

Don't just jump in to social media, best-selling author advises.
Great social media strategies don't occur accidentally says ACUC keynoter Amber MacArthur.
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CUs Endorse Tax Reform Proposal on 'Thank You Thursday'

Twitter campaign praises Reps. Camp, Levin for draft maintaining CUs' tax status.
Social media blitz exposed more than 250,000 Twitter users to the message that a tax on not-for-profit CUs is a tax on members.
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President's Perspective

Social Media Works for CUs

It makes a difference when you contact legislators to share the CU story.
The bottom line: Social media works in spreading our message to Congress.
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‘Don’t Tax Tuesday’ 2.0 a Resounding Success

The campaign to maintain the CU tax exemption has generated 850,000 messages to Congress so far.
The fight continues, but it looks like CUs won this round.
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CUNA Urges Action During ‘DontTaxMyCU Tuesday’

Online day of advocacy promotes CUs and ‘Don’t Tax My Credit Union.’
‘Let’s get #DontTaxMyCU trending on Twitter.’
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View the Story of ACUC on Storify

Watch the forward-thinking conference unfold in real time.
The conference is packed with ideas to deliver growth and inspiration to drive positive change for CUs.
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Be Part of the Story at ACUC

CUNA invites you to participate in the Twitter conversation.
Tweet your thoughts about CUNA’s forward-thinking conference in New York.
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Seven Reasons to Play

If your CU decides to have a social media presence, get used to a lack of control.
Social media marketing has been the bane of many organizations.
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‘Social Care’ Builds Your Brand And Improves Member Service

'The lines are blurring between customer service and marketing.'
Good social care can set your credit union apart from your financial service competitors.
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Socializing with Gen Y

Connecting with 'digital natives' requires more than Facebook and Twitter.
Gen Yers are nothing like their predecessors.
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