Now is the time for bank and credit union marketers to actively invest in educating their contactless cardholders, benefit from the new contactless card infrastructure and compete with the big banks and other progressive competitors.
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!
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.
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.
Successful customer experience programs advance member-focused internal cultures, simplify processes, continually deepen the FI's understanding of member experience and implement ongoing, targeted improvements.
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.
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.
Understanding the CMO mindset may be helpful for marketing and product teams as they get in sync with CMO priorities and plans. Here are some key findings from a recent CMO survey by Deloitte and other sponsors in partnership with the American Marketing Association.
Results from a recent survey of financial services consumers show that only 64% of respondents have downloaded their bank's mobile app. Of those, just 42% and 9% use the apps to track balances and check transaction status, respectively.