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It might sound trite, but for financial marketers to win today, they have to do more than entertain. They have to uncover the love.
Building an emotional brand connection with consumers is the gateway to lower cost acquisition, stronger engagement and lasting loyalty.
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Using data to understand consumers, deliver personalized experiences, improve pricing and increase profitability is the foundation for growth.
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Opportunistic financial marketers at banks and credit unions across the U.S. should be feasting on consumers' rage over the massive Wells Fargo's scam.
Research reveals serious consequences for stressed out banking executives facing pressure to achieve growth and hit goals.
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Consumers over 50 are the fastest growing digital segment and drive the majority of financial institution revenues.
Financial institutions can no longer afford to be focused on short-term quarterly results at the expense of long-term cultural change.
Fusing cause marketing with your financial institution's strategic plan can you help you accomplish important brand and business objectives.
The expectations of today's digital banker are far different than the job description of yesterday's retail banker.
Community-based institutions must serve a specific niche in order to survive. Do you know what your unique position is in the market? Or do you have a generic brand?
The role and composition of a financial institution's board of directors must reflect the changes sweeping across the banking industry.
Employee behavior during periods of major change must be understood — and then modified — for an improved customer experience and to keep the workforce happy.
It's hard to 'disrupt' an entrenched industry like financial services when you're barely denting the market. You must build trust first.
When consumers take time to give you info, banks should use it. Here's how to customize marketing messages by leveraging customer insights.
People detest having their time sucked by the complexities of banking. Banks must find ways to make managing finances easier.
Consumers' feelings dictate brand preference and loyalty. Here's proof people can connect with banking providers on a deep, emotional level.
Dealing with a crisis is inevitable. At some point, it'll happen. When it does, you need to be prepared with a deliberate, strategic plan.
To win the talent wars, banking needs to convince future leaders there is a culture of innovation and a focus on digital transformation.