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Proposed regs for social media say banks and credit unions will need to have a formal written strategy, monitor social mentions and (gasp!) even measure ROI.
Is social media a game changer? Or just a bunch of hype? This free seminar will challenge how you think about social media in the financial industry.
Some banks pay bloggers as much as $150 for new accounts, a practice that raises some ethical questions — especially for Ally Bank.
The 8 least-evil banks... BofA’s ridiculous $6 “grace period” fee... Wells Fargo's 6th blog... To tweet or not to tweet? Plus 15 other articles.
83% will or have switched banks… 1 in 4 bankers say innovation isn't important… These facts, plus more graphs, charts and numbers for financial marketers.
Five examples of specific situations where social media can be beneficial...along with some significant caveats.
Is it any wonder financial marketers are unclear about "social media" when even the so-called experts can’t agree on what it is or isn’t?
11 reasons why social media has generally been unproductive for most financial institutions.
Here are the articles, blog posts and other links from around the web that caught The Financial Brand’s attention this week. Click on hotlinks to read the full story. Bye Bye Tellers… Hello Branch 2.0
18% of banks and credit unions have blogs, yet many of them struggle for one or more reasons.
Deal or No Deal: Citibank considers flipflop on its “A Deal is a Deal” slogan @Gen X: Charles Schwab unveils Gen X web site Loan Sale: Credit union does $149 million in four days Overhaul:
An employee of Maine State Credit Union says in his blog that “people should be able to see your credit union’s name and know if they are eligible for membership, without ever opening your membership
Marketing: Blessington & District CU gives a car away at every annual meeting Marketing: American Airlines FCU gives away 5 cars in ‘Road to Success’ campaign Advertising: A regular guy notices and comments on Think