Tag Archives: Banks

Facts And Headaches Of Financial Services Firms And Banks – Infographic

Financial services firms and banks are always looking for ways to improve profits by cutting costs and improving customer satisfaction. The infographic below shows facts and headaches these firms experience while taking on the various projects. Continue reading

Comparing Credit Unions and Banks – Infographic

Though it may seem as if credit unions and banks are basically the same, they’re actually quite different. Banks are focused on earning profits for their shareholders, and they do so by investing their customers’ deposits and charging high fees. Credit unions, on the other hand, are owned by their members. When you deposit money into your credit union account, you’re actually buying shares of that institution. Continue reading

Money: How The Regulars Pay The Credit Card Rewards For The Rich – Infographic

How Regular Folks Pay For The Credit Card Rewards of The Rich

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This graphic shows how credit card rewards for those who make over 120k are funded by those who make under 120k.

Source: Perk Street Financial, Visual.ly

Credit Cards Go Social – Infographic

Remember the days when you could score all sorts of free swag just by filling out a credit card application at one of those tables that banks used as mobile college student recruiting stations on campuses nationwide?

Well, those days ended with the passage of the CARD Act, which prohibits such on-campus pitches, but that does not mean that college kids aren’t still a prized demographic, particularly since the law does not restrict credit card companies from making a name for themselves online. Indeed, social media is the new frontier for credit card marketing, as you can see from the fun and useful infographic below.

Source: Card Hub

Banks vs. Credit Unions – Infographic

As more and more customers search for a big bank alternative, credit unions are becoming a more viable options. Credit unions offer lower rates with better services, making them a front runner for stealing your heart and wallet. Read more…

Banks and Financial Industry lacking Social Media Skills

It is no secret that the banking and financial industry are lacking (with little exception) social media skills. Especially since the financial crisis started the public opinion and image went down the t…. Do you think they should do more in regards to social media to improve public opinion, brand management and marketing efforts overall? Your comment on the subject is appreciated.