Young affluents -- ages 25-50 with $100K household income -- are a priority for financial services marketers, and these takeaways from recent research by Media Logic can be used to guide credit card marketing communications targeting this segment.
Recognizing milestone events—like member birthdays or anniversaries—not only promotes loyalty but also shows appreciation. As Competiscan’s Senior Director of Insights Jessica Duncan explains, customer appreciation has always been a best practice, but it picked up even more momentum this year.
As is with most people scanning scores of emails in their inboxes, the ones that stand out to me are the ones that speak to me, personally. Recently, an email from CVS caught my eye and undoubtedly won engagement with others like myself because the email is personally targeted, built on trust and educational. The approach and simplicity offer a lesson for payers and population health management regarding chronic condition management communications. Sometimes, all people need to be nudged to better health is simple, relatable communication.
What's fueling the growth of Chime, the challenger bank "of the moment"? We explore how Chime is using digital media to get its message out and capture the attention of the GenZ and Millennial audiences.
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.
Email marketing is going even deeper. Right. Now. And financial services marketers, who already gather behavioral intel and can access highly detailed customer data, are among those best positioned to take the channel to the next creative level.
Millennials understand that branded content is still marketing, but if anything can bridge that trust gap, this readers-first, consumers-second approach from Chase and theSkimm stands a really good chance.
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.
The argument against advanced HTML emails used to center around how they couldn’t be supported across mobile channels, but advances in technology have eliminated many of those barriers. However, now that HTML-heavy email is a viable option, is it always the most effective approach for your email marketing? New evidence suggests it may not be.