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Marketing CUSO offers free website analysis

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LENEXA, Kan. (9/14/12)--Beyond Marketing LLC, a Lenexa, Kan.-based credit union service organization (CUSO), is offering free website analysis service to credit unions, CUSOs and other businesses. 

The CUSO asked organizations to send an e-mail to weboffer@beyondmarketingllc.com to receive a questionnaire. Applicants will receive a free website analysis, including recommendations, within 30 days from the date the questionnaire is submitted. 

Website attributes included in the analysis are:

  • Functionality and design;
  • Mobile capabilities;
  • Search engine optimization;
  • Search engine marketing (pay-per-click);
  • Tracking capabilities; and
  • Timelines and pricing for recommended enhancements.
Companies may call Kat Vorkink, account supervisor at Beyond Marketing, at 913-541-1255, ext. 5540, for more information.

Bradford-Scott TMG to streamline Dwolla sign up

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DES MOINES, Iowa (9/14/12)--The process of signing members up for Dwolla, an online, mobile, social and location-based payment network supported by The Members Group (TMG), will soon become much easier for Bradford-Scott Data Corp. credit union clients using the Sharetec system, TMG said.

By working directly with Bradford-Scott and its interface, TMG and Dwolla will manage the process of transferring information when members sign up for the person-to-person (P2P) payments product.

"Because P2P is an emerging technology, many credit unions are unable to justify large dollar or time investments in implementation," said Brian Day, TMG Dwolla product leader. "By taking one of the more complex steps off the credit unions' to-do list, we're getting them a superior P2P product as quickly as possible while minimizing the amount of time credit union staff spends on the implementation."