In my 3rd installment on the Future of Online Banking, I address the issue of Mobile and Desktop banking worlds colliding. I argue that the two need to merge and become more a single product offering. Then I outline 6 steps to closing the gab between the services.
Read The Future of Online Banking, When Worlds Collide on The Financial Brand.
In this short guide to confusing web site visitors, you will learn best practices in the art of confusion. Truthfully, these 7 points have a little bit of humor in them. Don’t feel bad if you find you are already applying one (or more) of them. Chances are; no one ever told you it was a bad idea. But it is, and you might want to get it fixed. Continue reading 7 Ways to Confuse Visitors, A Credit Union Website Guide
In episode two of this multi-part series on the future on online banking, author Tim Bunch gives you the keys to building an online cross-selling strategy based on automated account analyses. Read the entire article here.
In his first installment, Bunch argued that your online banking system should be viewed as your biggest — and most important — branch. Read the previous article here.
“In episode one of this multi-part series on the future on online banking, author Tim Bunch argues that you shouldn’t view online and branches as two separate channels. Instead, online banking should be seen as your biggest — and most important — branch.”
Read the entire article on The Financial Brand.
Social Media is Still in It’s Infancy
Let’s face it. Social media is a lot like a toddler. It’s groping around for things to hold onto, experimenting, and discovering it’s own personality. Much like a child, it thinks it knows exactly who he or she is and everything about everything. Truthfully, though, we are still learning who, or what, social media is. Furthermore, we have yet to see who, or what, it will grow up to be.
Read the entire article on CUinsight.com.