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Articles from ABA Bank Marketing (December 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
2008 ABMN calendar. 122
A community bank uses a rewards program to differentiate itself. 477
Bank creates a memorable character--Mrs. P--to star in its ad campaign. 544
Bringing banking out of the dark ages. Brief article 125
Commercial real estate lending postcards. Brief article 103
Community service. Brief article 107
Continuing education quiz. 610
Debit cards. Brief article 80
Dialog banking comes to Boston. Brief article 170
Exercise for the relationally anemic. Hall, Robert 839
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! You too can create a publication. Martin, Brenda; Marlin, Brenda 1543
Family fun day & fun run. Brief article 146
Help staff understand the need for retention. Clapp, Bruce 520
Inesperados hechos hispanos: (unexpected Hispanic facts): everyone understands the stark truths about the fast-growing Hispanic demographic. But some marketers are misled by popular myths. We look behind the statistics to uncover the sometimes surprising realities to keep in mind when marketing to the Spanish-speaking population. Gelatt, Julia; Konet, Dawn 1629
Learning about customer satisfaction from Starbucks. Motley, L. Biff 554
Mexican Bank draws in the unbanked through biometric authentication. Brief article 191
New brand. Brief article 103
Online banking by small business. Brief article 85
Open a CD, and this bank will contribute to your favorite charity. Brief article 142
Predictive product helps financial services companies offer customers more relevant payment products. Brief article 160
Receive recognition for your creative work. Brief article 124
Self-service coin-counting machines could represent a $500 million market. Brief article 143
Services directory. Directory 3134
Tall Ship Festival. Brief article 163
The ABA School of Bank Marketing moves to Southern Methodist University. 518
Welcome aboard: everyone knows it's a good idea to greet new customers. But banks need to go a step further by creating a structured program to cross-sell these new people and lock them in--so that deposits don't go out the back door as fast as they come in the front. Wachtel, Christopher 1711
What flavor is your bank? Don't arbitrarily pick a taste to fit your brand just because it's yummy. Rather, select a savory concept that complements and supports the overall brand experience that the bank is trying to create. Stephens, Jeff 1352

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