When Walmart and Capital One partnered to create the new Capital One Walmart Rewards Credit Card, they did a great job of keeping the marketing simple. We were pretty impressed with the clean and clear materials designed to help with migration, acquisition and EMOB communications.
Media Logic's financial services marketing experts dig into a new white paper with statistics and insights that can help banks and credit unions grow their credit card portfolios with Millennial consumers.
With graduation and college being the sole focus of her life in the past several months, she had never given credit cards any thought at all, much less developed pre-conceived notions that were going to be challenged by this particular DM piece. The real estate could have been used for a more relevant message for a first-time applicant.
Instead of just converting traditional bank services to the digital environment, U.S. Bank let customer input and technology inform a new paradigm of services. The result is the new U.S. Bank Mobile App, designed to re-imagine the customer experience and offer something that customers can’t get anywhere else.
Is beauty only skin deep? That seems to be the question Capital One is asking with different versions of its current direct mail acquisition packages. Media Logic’s financial services marketing experts take a look at what the brand may be testing… and why.
Contrary to popular belief, travel reward credit card offers are flying high. Here are just a few of the trends that are "in the air" this busy summer travel season!
These findings don’t suggest we should abandon digital channels when communicating with Millennials. However, in a crowded digital environment, direct mail may be a smart way to break through the clutter and reach this valuable demographic.
Not all HTML emails are created equal. Basic HTML emails perform differently than rich HTML emails. But just how differently? Recent studies shed some new light on the gray area of HTML email performance.
Not all HTML emails are created equal. Basic HTML emails perform differently than rich HTML emails. But *how* differently? Recent studies shed some new light on the gray area of HTML email performance.