Mastercard is clearly trying to create buzz -- and FOMO -- among specific customer segments. The PRICELESS experiential marketing effort signals to global travelers and foodies – including *aspirational* globe trotters and culinary adventurers – that Mastercard knows who they are, knows what they want and knows how to bring it to them.
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.
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.
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.
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.