As part of a review of how Chase's new branches fit into the overall state of U.S. branch openings, we offer a tour of one of the brand's first enhanced branches, with modern design, collaborative spaces and access to "Chase Chats" on financial health.
The current environment supports debit growth - including prepaid products - over credit. We take note of changes to prepaid card product marketing including key observations and thoughts from a marketing perspective.
With examples from Mintel and research from McKinsey, we show how top financial brands are repositioning credit products to better connect with consumers.
Research shows that co-brand programs are struggling to demonstrate relevancy of rewards. See what the data, including insights from the grocery sector, can teach us about bolstering loyalty.
Based on Auriemma Group research, these marketing tactics for card issuers may help boost second card in wallet use and elevate cardholder communications.
Our team agrees that marketers should explore these strategies from Mintel in B2C campaigns and, to that end, we are building upon the Mintel findings by sharing insights from Media Logic’s experience.
Seeing Marriott’s Early Month on Books marketing campaign was love at first sight, and this high-level analysis of its EMOB email stream confirms that the brand is doing a lot right when it comes to engaging new cardholders.
It’s critical to get in front of new cardholders early and often to drive immediate activation and usage. Using these tried-and-true best practices, you can craft a strategic EMOB plan that improves your chances of becoming top of wallet with a highly engaged cardholder base.
Many financial institutions can speak to their EMOB initiatives, but seldom are we able to get our hands on formalized plans that we can review and use to inform our recommendations. Why? Because more often than not, formalized EMOB plans don’t exist.
While many financial institutions attempt to market life stage banking products/services and implement effective migration strategies we haven’t seen any do so as clearly and effectively – or in such a “productified” way – as Bank of America.