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New Models for Lead Generation
Published: Jul. 7, 2008: OBR 154/155
Abstract: In this report, we look at four new models for generating leads and new business online:
Auctions: Regular and reverse
Community-based financial deal finders
Product placement in personal finance tools
Specialty financial search
Online Investing Communities
Published: May. 9, 2008: OBR 152/153
Abstract: In this report, we look at how investment companies and financial institutions can use social media tools to create “online investment communities” where users interact with each other and/or professional investment advisors in a web-based community....
Searching for Customers 3.0
Published: Mar. 10, 2008: OBR 151
Abstract: In this report, we look at how financial institutions can use search marketing tools to attract new customers:
Impact of social media and blogging on search results
Leveraging local search and mapping
Supporting offline campaigns with search marketing
Online Banking & Bill Pay Forecast
Published: Jan. 28, 2008: OBR 150
Abstract: In this report, we look at online banking and bill pay usage in the United States, both past (back to 1994), present, and future (through 2017). Year-by-year projection are provided for the following online products and services:
Person-to-Person Lending 2.0
Published: Dec. 15, 2007: OBR 148/149
Abstract: Person-to-person lending is the perfect product for the Web 2.0-social-networked consumer. Why, then, has growth been relatively slow compared to other networked services? Because it’s a difficult business. Not only are P2P lenders competing with 20,000...
2008 Online Banking Planning Guide
Published: Oct. 15, 2007: OBR 146/147
Abstract: Our thirteenth annual Planning Guide is packed with more than 1000 brainstorm-inducing ideas, tactics, and tips you can use to improve the effectiveness and profitability of your online initiatives. The information is organized by product within the...
Credit Monitoring Services
Published: Aug. 15, 2007: OBR 144/145
Abstract: Financial fraud and identity theft have had a great run in the media during the past five years. While the hysteria has subsided a bit, security remains top of mind with consumers around the world.
Worldwide, tens of millions of users have been victimized...
Social Personal Finance
Published: Jun. 15, 2007: OBR 142/143
Abstract: The rise of social networking could have a profound effect on banking and personal finance. As companies combine massive databases of financial transactions with the “collective intelligence” of a networked customer base, interesting things can happen....
Mobile Money & Payments
Published: Apr. 10, 2007: OBR 140/141
Abstract: While banking and payments are interrelated, when it comes to the rollout of mobile finance in North America, they will arrive in two distinct phases. As we discussed last month (OBR 138/139), the information about payments, what we call mobile banking,...
Published: Feb. 23, 2007: OBR 138/139
Abstract: Ten years ago, online banking leapt from nice-to-have status to must-have. In hindsight, it’s pretty obvious why it became so popular, but at the time there were still questions as to if and when it would break out into its own “channel,” on par with...
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