Archive for Netbanker
The votes are in. With over 1,000 ballots cast by readers in the The Financial Brand’s poll, here are the top 10 bank marketing blogs of 2012.
Take a look at this list with 21 of the best blogs in banking, then vote on your favorite to determine who will win the "Readers Choice" awards.
Credit union assets top $1 trillion in the US... An insider's satirical look at life inside Bank of America... Citi and Barclays innovate. Plus 33 more headlines.
How can financial institutions reward debit card + online banking users (i.e., their best customers)? Here's a solution that costs absolutely nothing. Too good to be true? Here’s how it works.
Check out this 56-page report on Facebook strategies for banks and credit unions, with 42 advanced tactics and 39 case studies from within the financial industry.
Can social media data drive financial marketing strategies or is this just a pipe dream?
Check out Citibank's new, dramatically streamlined website, with a bolder, more visual aesthetic and a completely revamped online banking system including PFM tools.
The VP of Channels is a new exec for financial firms… Does search engine marketing trump social media? …ING Direct up for auction.
Introducing The Financial Brand's new and improved website, with a new Front Page, Sidebar, Archive and much more.
Here are some of the major innovations and significant online/technology trends that financial marketers should watch in the coming years. (Please note: This is by no means intended to be a comprehensive or definitive list.)
Survey Says… Brand image matters most for bank shoppers Young Money: Insights into Gen-Y’s perspective on money and budgeting Iconic Irony: Ads from financial institutions prior to their bailouts Free or fee? Can free checking
Everywhere you turn, it seems people are talking about Twitter. Sure, you hear a lot of hype about how “you need to get on Twitter!” But there isn’t much in the way of practical, actionable
Brief wrap-ups and items of interest Netbanker lists 46 financial institutions that are actively using Twitter. And here’s TMG’s list exclusively for credit unions. A banking journal warns that blogs and tweets can land you
There are many fantastic resources available to financial professionals on the web these days. It’s simply amazing how much good information is out there — for free. But here are a few of the best