Creative Advertising Archive
It’s not easy to write a good billboard message. You’ll see why as you examine these 3 examples.
In its first big ad campaign in years, Bank of America is shooting for humility by shifting focus off itself and onto "connections." But is this the image repair job the bank needs?
A clever, interactive online campaign involving live-streaming ads gave bank customers a vicarious outlet to release their bank rage.
Here’s a print ad that jumped out at us... but for mostly the wrong reasons. The ad could use improvements in five critical areas.
A pair of clever "teaser" billboards + two odd ones. Citi publishes a QR-code crossword puzzle. And an Aussie bank breaks a world record. 16 items total in this financial marketing portfolio.
TD says it’s “time to bank human again.” What does that mean? Free pens and lollipops? The campaign seems innocuous, but it raises awkward questions for the bank's "convenience" brand.
Banking needs innovation and creative thinking as much as any industry, if not more. Here's a guide with 11 tips to help bank and credit union executives sharpen their creativity skills.
The latest bank and credit union YouTube videos include a little bit of everything -- from skits with a live goat to a Jack Nicholson impersonation... even a gun-shooting loan processor.
Here’s a selection of noteworthy winners from 2012 CUES Golden Mirror awards competition honoring excellence in credit union marketing.
Community & Southern Bank's ad agency answers questions about its brand advertising campaign that mocks big banks for treating customers like piddling little peons.
The Aussie bank is forced to apologize after pulling an online ad depicting a bomb hoax outside an Olympic venue.
Do you have to run that nasty, 3-page contest disclosure everywhere -- even on a postcard? Or can you just say, "See branch for details?"
See nine of the best examples from this year's 74 MACU award-winners, honoring the best marketing in the Canadian credit union industry.
Here's a breakdown of who's paying for what, how much it costs, how many keywords they use and how many clicks they're getting.
Banks have become the proverbial punching bag -- the punchline to many an advertising joke in the financial marketing world these days. But does it work?