Marketing Strategy Articles
What must financial marketers do in 2014 to be successful? 14 experts from around the banking industry weigh in.
The difference in uptake of banking products between loyal customers and everyone else is a whopping 14 percentage points.
Getting campaigns cleared through compliance is usually a struggle for financial marketers. But a new web-based tool aims to simplify and streamline the process.
What should financial marketers do to earn more respect in the C-suite? Here's what eight bank and credit union experts had to say.
Only 2% of consumers convert on the first visit to bank or credit union website. Retargeting brings the other 98% back. It's smart, scalable and wickedly effective.
Banks in the UK are testing a bold new ‘Seven-Day Account Switching’ process. How is the experiment working out? It depends on who you ask.
Roughly 200 people were tweeting at this year's ABA's annual marketing conference. Here's a selection of salient tweets hand picked by The Financial Brand.
People on the move are perfect for financial marketers to target with customer acquisition campaigns... and one of the biggest risks for losing their own customers.
What are the most common mistakes financial marketers make? Here's what seven bank and credit union experts had to say.
Research from The Financial Brand reveals the top concerns, tough issues and difficult challenges financial marketing executives face as they set their budgets for next year.
There are countless budgeting issues that could be causing headaches for bank and credit union marketing execs today. What's your #1 concern for 2014?
A new design for the $100 bill is coming this fall. Smart financial marketers can leverage this rare opportunity by planning a creative promotion now.
As societal attitudes towards the LGBT community have evolved, so too have financial marketers’ approach to this lucrative target market. What are banks doing and why?
Here’s what you need to know to build an effective communications strategy that keeps customers from defecting during a merger.