A chance to take another look at key perspectives from Media Logic’s financial services marketing experts! We think our most popular posts from 2018 will inspire you to ask more of your upcoming marketing campaigns and explore new opportunities in the coming year.
Brands on Instagram face a pretty big challenge: how to create content that achieves the level of authenticity platform users expect. One approach is to leverage the audiences of popular content creators, as in these recent posts published in partnership with top FIs, including Amex, Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, U.S. Bank and Visa.
Viral HuffPost content on Millennials’ finances has lots to teach financial services marketers.
Financial education efforts not only benefit consumers, but they also make strategic marketing sense. See what top brands are doing on a scale from low-key (conversation) to rally towel (“concert” tour)!
Financial institutions are becoming more willing to creatively explore popular topics & platforms in their marketing strategies.
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.
Although we really think the tone/message is spot-on, the campaign’s execution on Facebook and Instagram (@americanexpress ) is where it has the potential to get really interesting.
Content marketing helps credit card companies reach their bottom-line goals by encouraging desirable behavior from affluent and HNW cardholders and prospects. We have examples from Visa, UBS, American Express, Chase, Barclays and JP Morgan.
Amex is betting on BuzzFeed’s winning formula for attracting and engaging Millennial consumers, taking advantage of a tremendous opportunity to get in front of millions (and millions) of their eyeballs via some of the Internet's most popular videos… before anyone else does.
These kinds of customer communications are legally required. Simple is just like every other bank: it has to notify its customers. But Simple isn’t treating the task like every other bank.