How to Keep Insurance Conversations Going When You Can’t Be Face to Face
People don’t usually talk with their insurance companies until something goes wrong. With few touchpoints in less-than-ideal circumstances, it can be difficult for insurance companies to build and maintain trust with their customers.
Historically low mortgage rates have recently opened the doors for many people to enter the housing market, but new house hunters are setting out on their homebuying journeys in uncharted waters during the pandemic. Here’s how you can capitalize on historically low rates while building trusting relationships with your prospects digitally.
Financial Advisors Are Subject to Federal Regulations on Social Media, Too. Here’s How to Stay Compliant.
As financial advisors well know, social media governance does not stop at banks and insurance companies. Financial advisors, including registered investment advisors and broker-dealers, are also held to stringent guidelines from regulatory bodies.
Denim Social CEO, Doug Wilber, joined the Financial Experience podcast to discuss how financial institutions can leverage the horsepower of employees and why content matters more than ever on social media.
Some financial advisors might feel like digital connections are more distant than in-person ones, but the reality of today is that a social media strategy should be an integral part of any advisor’s practice.
Social selling offers banks an effective way to drive customer engagement and trust, humanize their brands, build credibility, reach a wider audience and close more deals. The idea may be...
If your bank has ever wondered if the reward is worth the risk on social media, this is the podcast for you.
When used correctly, social can be the smartest, most useful tool in any advisor’s networking tool kit. If you’re not on social media yet, it’s time to catch up. And even if you’re already connecting with prospective clients online, these four tactics can help you expand your network.
To get the most out of social media, however, banks need to go beyond posting on their own pages. Instead, they should turn to their employees to be the voices of the brand.
Consumers now expect brands to be socially responsible, but they can sniff out phony motives from a mile away, so authenticity is a must. Simply saying you’re responsible won’t be believable, and could even backfire. Done right, however, CSR storytelling will build trust.
Consumers gravitate toward community banks in part because they enjoy supporting locally owned businesses. That relationship should be reciprocal — as customers support your bank, give back to them by supporting their community.
In the banking world, where handling money safely and securely is a foundational element of the entire industry, having the public’s trust is a nonnegotiable element of success.
Social media can be pretty intimidating for some people – especially those who tend to shun the spotlight and avoid self-promotion. That being said, there’s no denying that social platforms can and do allow individuals to build personal brands that afford them greater professional opportunities.
Phone and email are key components of customer service but have limitations. For banks and credit unions that know how to use it, social media can be an effective and efficient service tool that builds trust. Four best practices will enhance its impact.
We’ve Raised $4 Million in Series A Funding to Fuel Growth Today, we have important and exciting news to share. St. Louis-based Gremlin Social and Des Moines-based Denim have merged to form a...
As a trusted financial institution, it’s your bank’s responsibility to proactively communicate and share information with your customers to help educate them about and protect them from financial...
In this period of economic uncertainty, banks should help minimize panic among customers by handling the crisis with tact and living out commitments to financial education. How you respond to...
As the impact of the coronavirus drastically changes the way people live and work, companies are understandably trying to fit their voices into the mix of content on social media. It makes sense:...