Here’s what’s making the new this week around the world in bank and credit union marketing. Getty Images has a free webinar on visual trends in banking, banks are getting creative with fees in their pricing models, and many pundits debate the fate of branch networks… 36 stories total!
Free Webinar: “Visual Trends in Financial Services” from Getty Images
À-La-Carte Checking: M&T Bank lets customers choose which fees they want to pay
Q&A (Part 2): The payoffs of a ‘Master Data Management’ plan for banks
Credit Score Debacle: 40 million Americans have a mistake on their credit report
Rebuilding Trust: Union Bank taps Maya Angelou and other celebs for ad push
Business Checking: Why now?
Cash Flow Monitor™: Wells Fargo beta-tests consumer cash-flow tool
Banking’s E-Crisis: Is the branch finally obsolete?
Mobile Banking: Will it make branches disappear?
The Missing Link: Retail banking and small business
Mobile Banking: How financial marketers can keep it from going bust
Shake, Rattle & Bank: Swedbank’s new mobile bank sparks 20 million ‘shakes’
Channel Preferences: In the UK, online and mobile trumps in-branch service
Brave New World: How LinkedIn profiles and typing styles affect creditworthiness
Security Alert: The one thing banks should never do on Facebook and Twitter
Case Study: Why Regions Bank excels in social media
Social Channels Struggling: Foursquare and Klout aren’t popular anymore
Competing to Win: Six things credit unions need to keep up with the big banks
Three Tips: For better marketing of share draft accounts
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