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Claiming your bank or credit union’s online listings can have a positive impact on your brand reputation and SEO rankings. Online listings are places where you list your business’ name, address, and phone number information. Sites such as Google My Business, Bing, or Yelp, are just a couple to get started with. However, the more…

LKCS announces the recent hiring of a new front-end programmer, Shyann Jobe. Jobe holds her degree in Information Technology with an undergraduate certification in Software Development. She is also an alumni of Coder Foundry, a full-stack programming bootcamp, where she cultivated her web development skills and portfolio. “Shyann’s skillset is just what we need to keep our…

Google My Business is a free business listing or profile that helps you connect with people using Google Search, Maps, and even when they’re interacting with online ads. It is designed specifically for local places like a bank or credit union branch. Each listing features key information about a location: The address, which users can…

For over 22 years, Pantone Color experts release a “Color of the Year” as a means to predict designs trends for the coming year. This year, Pantone has announced PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri as the 2022 Color of the Year! Pantone shared why they chose this as their color of the year: “As we move…

You need to continuously feature products and services that visitors might not be aware of and potential visitors might like to know about. But, no matter how your website is built, most websites have a problem. Inside pages use one or two different layouts. Creating a page that looks different from any other page on…

On-page SEO is a Local Search strategy that can be adapted to help make your financial institution’s website more relevant to what users are searching for and which locations they are searching from or for. According to 2020’s Local SEO industry report, this was considered to be the #1 search engine ranking factor. Keyword Research…

What Is Open Banking? Wikipedia defines it as: Open banking is a financial services term as part of financial technology that refers to: The use of open APIs that enable third-party developers to build applications and services around the financial institution. Greater financial transparency options for account holders ranging from open data to private data….