Educational Marketing 101

first_imgImagine you’re a high school senior deciding where to attend college. You go online and start researching institutions. You land on a school’s website, but instead of seeing specific messages that educate and prove why you should enroll in its university, you read claims like, “Our school is fun!” “We’ll help you learn!” “Tuition is pretty cheap!”It wouldn’t take long to cross that school off your list.The same is true when it comes to credit unions. If your messaging includes generic, unsubstantiated claims like, “We have great rates” or “Our loans will save you money,” there’s a good chance your messaging will be ignored.The key to crafting an effective communication strategy that drives results is to use proof-based, educational marketing. Remember: in most instances, your audience doesn’t know nearly as much about your credit union as you do. By incorporating educational marketing, you’re building trust. Trust helps consumers build an emotional connection to your brand. continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Google Says Future Pixel Phones Won’t Get Unlimited Photos Storage

first_imgGoogle Pixel phones coming in the future will not get the perk of ‘unlimited storage’ on Google Photos that previous Pixel handsets had. The company has confirmed to several publications that the benefit of storing unlimited original quality photos and videos to Google Photos will not be extended to future Pixel phones. This means all existing Pixel phones, and the ‘ones sold right now’ will be the last ones to get the unlimited Google Photos storage benefit at the high quality setting (unlimited original quality backup was removed with the Pixel 3a and Pixel 4). For Google Photos users outside of the Pixel family, the storage benefit will also be tweaked after June 1, 2021.The tech giant has confirmed to Android Police and The Verge that future Pixel phones won’t have unlimited free Google Photos backup even at high quality. Current Pixel phones, after the June 1 deadline, will have the option of ‘unlimited storage’ restricted to high quality, but won’t store unlimited photos and videos at the original file size. The Android Police report says that this ‘high-quality’ option that current Pixels have will not be offered to future Pixel handsets.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – As with the change, Google is ending free unlimited Google Photos storage benefit and looks to start charging for the storage space your photos and videos take. This change will come into effect from June 1, 2021.Google will continue to offer 15GB free storage space. Once that quota is over, Google looks to push users to get a paid Google One subscription that brings cloud storage for Google Photos, along with Google Drive and Gmail, of up to 30TB space. All photos or videos uploaded in ‘high quality’ before June 1 will not count against the 15GB cap.In its blog post, Google mentions that ‘all Pixels sold right now are exempt from the changes.’ However, as mentioned, users will be able to upload photos and videos in ‘high quality’ from their handsets, but will not be able to access unlimited storage for their content in its original file size. Apart from this, Google has also cautioned users that it will delete data from inactive accounts that have not been signed in for at least two years.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo was ready to fight Blake Griffin during fiery clash vs. Pistons

first_img“I was on the floor, I didn’t see exactly what happened, but I saw Khris going out defending me. That’s my big brother,” he added. “It means a lot. I always had his back, but now I have it even more.””Seeing Khris going out there defending me… that’s my big bro. It means a lot. I always had his back, but now I have it even more.” pic.twitter.com/1YuSWLZWZG— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) December 5, 2019Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer felt his team channeled any frustration with Detroit’s roughhousing effectively.”I liked our fire in the second quarter. I liked our fire in general,” Budenholzer said. “I think the guys, they’re in a good place. They’re playing good basketball. So we’ll keep it going.” Tempers threatened to boil over this time, with Antetokounmpo and Griffin’s initial altercation coming after a second-quarter collision.NBA POWER RANKINGS:Bucks, Lakers look like title contenders; Knicks, Warriors sink to bottomIn the third, Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton confronted Griffin after the Pistons star stepped over a prone Antetokounmpo, who was on the floor after being fouled.Giannis didn’t like that Blake Griffin elbow. pic.twitter.com/jt09Hi676i— Dime (@DimeUPROXX) December 5, 2019Not today, Blake 🤚#FearTheDeer pic.twitter.com/VAJGPbZAnb— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) December 5, 2019″There’s going to be a lot of teams that are going to come out and try to be physical with me — try to hit me, knock me down to the floor,” Antetokounmpo told reporters. “I just got to keep my composure. At first, I was trying to … talk back, let them know that this is more than basketball. We can stop playing basketball and we can fight.”At the end of the day, my teammates want me in the game, my teammates want me to keep my head in the game and I was like, ‘whatever.’ At this point, ‘whatever.'”Antetokounmpo was grateful for the intervention from Middleton, who scored 17 points. Giannis Antetokounmpo was ready to “fight” Blake Griffin during the Bucks’ fiery 127-103 victory over the Pistons.Antetokounmpo scored 35 points as the Bucks extended their hot streak to 13 consecutive wins — their best run since a 16-game winning streak spanning the 1972-73 and 1973-74 seasons. Milwaukee also boasts a dominant recent record against Detroit, having won all eight encounters across the regular season and playoffs last season before prevailing in the initial 2019-20 matchup.last_img read more

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