5 Reasons Your LinkedIn Profile May be Holding You Back
It probably comes as no surprise that social media is an important part of everyday life and is increasingly becoming the most common way friends, family and business contacts keep in touch. Current numbers for 2018 show 75 percent of the U.S. population has at least one social media profile. And, while Facebook is the clear leader in overall users, the largest network of working professionals and the most important social media platform for ATM and payment professionals is L
Are You Missing Out on Social Sales?
You know you have a social media account. Some companies, CEOs, management and sales staff have profiles that were created under pressure – or by someone else – and lie dormant and rarely used. But most of the US population (81% according to Statista) have active social media accounts. In fact, the average person (internationally) uses their social media accounts daily... The numbers are clear. Consumers – both for business and personal use – are using social media regularly,
Using Social Media to Promote Your ATM Business
According to Pew Research, seventy-five percent or more internet users utilize some form of social media. Similarly, women and men use social media at similar rates. Social media is how many services businesses are now reaching their audience – providing everything from rides to online educational courses. Is Your ATM Business Social? If people are using social media to find, review and promote other consumer-based businesses, why not ATMs? Cash is important for in-store and