Several top FIs and fintechs are offering kids and teens debit card products and pitching them as fertile learning grounds for financial education. We explored content marketing from a few key players to see how these financial brands are supporting their claims about financial literacy gains.
It’s no coincidence that both Chase and American Express rolled out premium card product enhancements this summer. Here’s a look at marketing that reflects possible motivation and strategy from these issuers.
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.
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.
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.
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."
When done well, digital, self-serve financial education materials can improve customers' financial wellness, build consumer affinity for the brand and set the brand apart from its competitors. Here are some recent examples from top FIs!
Recent offers -- including partner discounts and rewards points bonuses that are easy for customers to earn -- make it clear that Chase wants its cardholders to not only *get* Chase Pay but actually *use* it.
Contactless payments have been something of a white whale for close to 20 years now: always out there, just about to catch-on, if only… But now, the majority of all in-person transactions in the U.S. take place on contactless-enabled terminals, customers are ready for a faster checkout *and* the nation’s largest issuer of credit cards recently announced plans to roll out 100 million contactless cards in 2019.
Banks spent many years supporting development of Zelle but only recently began a major push to integrate and promote it.