Listen to Nicole Johnson, who heads up Media Logic’s Financial Services team, as she fills you in on increasing rates of contactless payments adoption and describes how new insights should influence your marketing campaigns.
Proven best practices for financial services marketing -- and good instincts -- are still available to brands as they respond to challenges related to COVID-19. The Financial Brand article by Marous has some great suggestions for how to put them to use, and we've organized them into a few basic principles to guide the required shift in your marketing campaigns moving forward.
Based on our observations of the marketing for Green from Amex, we believe that Amex has executed a number of strategies that can be instructive to the relaunch of other entrenched financial services products.
Our team agrees that marketers should explore these strategies from Mintel in B2C campaigns and, to that end, we are building upon the Mintel findings by sharing insights from Media Logic’s experience.
See why it makes perfect sense that Capital One, Chase, Amex and Citi continue to invest in direct mail for acquisition but not to the exclusion of email, display advertising, social marketing and third-party affiliate marketing.
Facebook's first-ever Super Bowl ad focused on Groups. This should tell financial services marketers to think about a Facebook Groups marketing strategy if you haven't already.
As you prepare for a productive 2020 full of tried-and-true approaches and a healthy dose of fresh opportunities, we hope our Top 10 financial services marketing blog posts can be both instructive and inspirational.
Media Logic's financial services marketing experts dig into a new white paper with statistics and insights that can help banks and credit unions grow their credit card portfolios with Millennial consumers.
How do you know when you’re “ready” for a rebrand? For Citizens Bank, it was when their customer data told them so. We take a look at how “Made Ready” targets a new kind of customer journey and builds emotional affinity for the brand.
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.