Freudian slip of the week

first_imgRenate Künast, co-leader of the Greens in Germany, was making a parliamentary speech and quoted a piece the political columnist Hugo Müller-Vogg had written in Newsweek in October. The article, like her speech, was attacking the centre-right Chancellor, Angela Merkel. Künast meant to say Hugo Müller-Vogg, political columnist for the Bild newspaper, is right.but it came out as Hugo Müller-Vogg, political communist for the Bild newspaper, is right.Much laughter ensued, as well as much embarrassment. Hat tip: Limbourgs Welt (view the clip there at 4 mins) Cherwell 24 is not responsible for the content of external linkslast_img

5 simple tips to improve your credit union’s email marketing

first_img 17SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr “You’ve got mail!” At one time, those three words were the best thing we’d hear all day. Today, our inboxes are flooded with emails every hour. And many of the messages end up lost in the clutter, or worse, sent directly to the spam folder.Because of the current landscape, you may be thinking that your credit union can’t win in the world of email marketing. But even though there are challenges, e-marketing should still be a very important part of your CU’s communication strategy. Here are some simple things you can do in order to improve the open and clickthrough rates of your credit union’s emails.Email new contacts and members within 24 hoursIt’s important to take advantage of newly established relationships by sending a personalized email. Not only will your CU remain top of mind, but it’s a great way to showcase your brand and any other product or service offerings. Sounds like a win-win to us. continue reading »last_img read more