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Articles from ABA Bank Marketing (July 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A Back-to-school marketing idea. 469
A blueprint for charitable giving: corporate donations, community relations and marketing are all more efficient when you integrate them as part of a unified strategic plan. Love-Johnson, Michelle Column 1481
A business-checking pitch. Wachtel, George 486
Branch design trends: more color and softer shapes. Brief Article 257
Continuing education quiz. 524
Doctors' Kit. Brief Article 168
Don't sell your bank short; creating an effective sales supervisory system allows your institution not only to increase revenue and profit, but also to differentiate itself from the competition. Powell, Alan 1629
Due diligence on new products, services is inadequate at some banks, OCC warns. Brief Article 183
Familiar Faces. 120
Formal recognition programs are often outdated. Nelson, Bob 550
Get smart about credit. Brief Article 255
It Comes with a Lake. Brief Article 173
Large banks scoring better on customer satisfaction. Motley, L. Biff 523
Looking for a few good metrics. Hall, Robert 876
New ABA marketing network members. Brief Article 141
New report details: Best Practices in Immigrant Lending. Brief Article 117
Next in line! Despite earlier predictions of its demise the teller queue today continues to meander through our lobbies. But emerging technology is starting to reshape it. Here's where the line is headed. Stewart, Deb 1634
Prove advertising success: measure it! Hatch, Cary 508
Rancher. Brief Article 209
Receive recognition for your creative work. 134
Sarbanes-Oxley: will it add to the finance department's role in marketing? 306
Services directory. Directory 2319
Site selection: the 7 secrets of success: when choosing a branch location, what's the difference between parcel 'A' and parcel 'B'? They may look and cost the same, but subtle distinctions could have an impact on viability. Sablosky, Tanja Lian 2329
Sizing up the competition: in the past, a competitive analysis consisted of looking over the other banks in your geographic market. Today, updated assessments need to include national institutions as well as Internet companies and nontraditional financial services providers. Bernstal, Janet Bigham Cover Story 2292
Sweating the small stuff: acquiring and retaining small-business customers. Interview 525
The 2004 CFMP exam schedule. 119
The ABA Marketing Cconference: still have time to register. Brief Article 245
Truth of the matter. Marlin, Brenda 245

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