If you’re not using blog posts to meet your customers’ needs in a way that’s unique to your brand, you’re missing an opportunity. See how one example of financial education content from Umpqua gets it right.
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FNBO’s Cashology is part content marketing strategy (with a designated section on the bank’s blog) and part online community (with a dedicated Facebook Group), with the latter adding a key engagement component.
Our list of over 20 active financial services podcasts, plus considerations for banks and credit unions that want to use the extremely popular medium to engage customers and prospects.
Creative financial education campaigns like this not only show that FIs can push beyond what they’d consider traditional marketing but also make a good case for it being necessary in order to cut through the noise and get consumers engaged with the brand.
See why financial brands are incorporating video into their content strategies and get recent examples of social media videos from Chase that demonstrate how the approach to social content can be adopted by banks and credit unions of any size.
The Stacks House interactive exhibits – complete with backdrops for selfies, of course – aren’t just fun and games. They are designed to cut through the financial services marketing “noise” and present financial education in an engaging, experiential way to Millennial and Gen Z women.
Our latest infographic shows why EMOB marketing works. Let it inspire and motivate you to push five key activities with cardholders in their first 90 days!
Twitter chats hosted regularly by Tangerine Bank and Experian are strong examples of how FS brands can pursue thought leadership and establish connections with consumers by putting their expertise into a format that works for and engages a social media audience.
The news that commuters using New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) subways and buses will soon be able to “tap a contactless bank card or their mobile wallet at turnstiles” inspired CNBC to declare that "a world without cash is coming soon."