Financial marketing is the use of various strategies, processes, and tools designed to generate brand awareness or drive conversions for organizations in the banking and financial industry.
From educational Alexa skills to amazingly actionable blog posts, the financial industry is slowly learning to use content to attract and retain customers.
Optimize your current digital workflows, web copy, and content assets. Most customers know a lot less about your business and about finance in general than you think they do.
Only 24% of Millennials claim to have a basic understanding of financial concepts. And a recent report shows that 71% of Millennials would rather go to the dentist than listen to financial institutions tell them what to do. When 71% of people would rather go to the dentist rather than hear what financial service companies have to tell them, you don’t blame the dentist - but the messenger. Work with influencers to reach new audiences and make your brand cool.
AI is the future, and the future is now. Financial marketing teams can invest in AI solutions which remove adoption barriers, improve customer satisfaction and attract new users.
Young people engaging with financial companies are looking for three simple things: exceptional digital experiences, rewards, and convenience. Your marketing message must address these simple needs head-on.
The key to getting new customers is to build an omnichannel, frictionless user experience. From better messaging to better UX and better technology, the financial industry must really optimize the end-to-end user experience to wow and delight its customers.
Marketers must take the lead to understand how a user’s experience differs from one touch-point to another and advocate for integrated user experiences which allow users to get what they need, at every step in their customer journey of interacting with your financial product.
In finance, personalization means you use data to make relevant recommendations to your existing customers and to introduce them to new services your company provides at the right time and price!
Hiring a marketing agency will not only save up time but also money. Working with a marketing agency is a cost-efficient way to create tangible results within a specific time frame. Yes, you’ll be spending money initially but compared to having a dedicated marketing team, you’ll be saving more in the long run when you factor in salaries, benefits, health care, vacation, sick days, training cost, and even marketing tools. Hiring a marketing agency removes all of these additional costs and will make it easier for you to manage budgets. Hiring a marketing agency is way more economical than hiring and training new employees. This is despite the fact that most people (or, at least, 27.3% of the folks we surveyed) consider insufficient budget a constraint when it comes to working with an agency. Basically, you are hiring a pro at a lower rate than hiring an entry-level person.
Outsource your marketing efforts to free up time. Marketing is an important part of any business. But as a business owner, sometimes it may not be your forte and that’s okay! When you hire a marketing agency, it will free up your valuable time so you can focus on what you do best whether that’s making executive decisions in the boardroom or developing an app.
Gain a fresh set of eyes to look into your business.If you’re confident in the value your business provides but find it difficult to reach more people that will benefit from it, then it may be time to rethink your marketing strategy. Working with a marketing agency will get you the perspective of experts so that you can create a rock-solid foundation for everything related to marketing. That can mean creating new marketing materials for a more consistent look and feel across your business or it can mean using new channels to reach a wider audience. Either way, it depends on what kind of business you’re running so it’s best to consult a marketing agency to see what your business really needs.
You can think of your marketing agency as your partner in crime. They’re there to listen to your ideas and give you professional feedback. It’s in their best interest to recommend and co-sign the most effective ideas. Your marketing agency will most likely know way more about whether or not something is a good idea than your in-house staff. Your employees may even be afraid to tell you when your idea is bad, which can cost you a lot of money.
A marketing agency can start as soon as hired. There’s no training. Or, think about the time you hired someone who was a bad fit and you had to terminate them months later. They know how to do their job from day one. Unlike with a new employee, no training is required.
As a digital marketing agency, we strive to understand our client’s business goals first. Then all decisions are made with those goals in mind. A shiny new website is worthless if it doesn’t help you reach your goals. You talk, we listen… then we throw in lots of ideas for improvement.
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