An Inside Look at How Spikes in Media Coverage Affect Visits to

The more often is seen in the media, at the top of search engines, and via social media, the easier it is for people to find a credit unioto join. Oregon and Washingtonn residents combined to make more than 20,000 visits to the site in 2012. Releases July Data, Announces New Resources

More than 20,000 people visited in July 2012, with more than 1,500 of those visits coming from residents of Oregon and Washington. The credit union website also launched an RSS Feed this summer, allowing for easy tracking of media attention.

NWCUA’s First Spring Hill Visit Keeps Credit Union Issues Top of Mind

Two Oregon legislators signed on as co-sponsors of the ATM disclosure bill after an NWCUA delegation traveled to D.C. last week for the Association’s first-ever spring Hike the Hill event. The group also met with the NCUA leadership team and the CFPB.

Congressman Larsen Visits Whatcom Educational, North Coast Credit Unions

Rep. Rick Larsen of Washington’s Second District visited Whatcom Educational Credit Union and North Coast Credit Union as part of a visit to Bellingham to explore job creation opportunities in the region.

Last Chance to Register for CUNA GAC

The registration deadline for CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference, Feb. 28-March 2, is today.
If you have not registered for the CUNA GAC yet, please do that right now!