The Bank On MOre flash mob video has gone international! In addition to being shared by many local credit union advocates, the flash mob video has most recently been reposted by Besök en bank, a Swedish activist page. Since this video was shared three weeks after it was originally posted, this is a good indicator that it will continue to make its rounds on social media and the Internet at large.
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On Facebook alone, the video has received 22 shares and reached nearly 4,044 people. The video was played 178 times from the Bank On MOre page and received approximately 45 likes. The number of likes is probably higher, as several users that shared the video have their privacy settings enabled which hides this information from the Bank On MOre admins.
This Facebook engagement was completely organic and unsolicited, which makes this achievement even more remarkable based on the ratio of shares to the number of Bank On MOre fans.
The day of the flash mobs, Twitter was a buzz with Bank On MOre. University of Missouri – Columbia students tweeted about the event; 23 young adults shared the flash mob happenings with their followers.
The video on YouTube has 364 views as of December 3, 2013.
Have Facebook, Twitter or YouTube questions? Please contact Nora Holloway, MCUA Public Relations and Online Community director, via email or at 314.542.1349.