We only have a couple of posts left – but don’t fret – we have saved some of our best content for the end of our Almost 99 Small Data Hacks for Credit Unions – Guide series. Today, we are covering how to gain wallet share for your credit union from data analytics. Who doesn’t want that?
Credit Union 2.0 – A Guide for Helping Credit Unions Compete in the Digital Age covers in depth both big and small data for credit unions. There are six types of data that your Credit Union should be aware of:
- Digital Analytics – Desire
- Profitability – Fit
- Wallet Share – Depth
- Transaction – Triggers
- Design Data – Predictive
- Execution – IFTT (if this than that)
This is a fun list with lots of innovative ways to trigger marketing campaigns once you have your marketing automation and content marketing in place.
|Big Deposit Grooming||Watch for unusually large deposits ($25k+)||Develop a content campaign on key strategies to deal with new money. The strategy should be 5 to 10 blogs long and drive for a Call To Action (CTA) to download the guide. Once you see the deposit, start emailing the member weekly with one blog each week on the topic.|
|Loan Renewal||24 month Auto Loan||Triggers a new content campaign on educational topics such as: maintenance requirements for older cars, when to trade your car in, how to determine your cars trade in value, etc. Have 5 to 10 blogs targeting the goal of educating the member and renewing the loan!|
|Address Change||When a member changes address||Trigger an offer to order new checks|
|Venmo Usage||Watch for the first Venmo usage||Trigger a campaign on pros and cons of Venmo. Alternatives to Venmo. Etc.|
|PayPal Usage||Watch for the first PayPal usage||Trigger a campaign on these various topics: pros and cons of PayPal, PayPal security vs. Credit Union Security, and the difference between PayPal and a credit union.|
|Bitcoin Usage||Watch for the first Bitcoin usage||Trigger a campaign on pros and cons of Bitcoin. Educational piece on Bitcoin and how it works.|
|Low Balance Savings/Checking||Low Balance||Offer a skip a pay option that month for a fee and donate a portion to a local charity.|
|Pricing||Auto price loans .25 points higher||On the third consecutive good payment, send an email thanking the member and auto reduce the payment .25%. This is a great built in surprise!|
|Rewards||Monitor reward tiers on debit/credit||Auto trigger outbound emails when the member hits new rewards tiers and options.|
|Tax Refunds||When a one-time tax refund is deposited||Trigger outbound content on key strategies for tax refunds, i.e. the impact of saving your tax refunds, what would your tax refund be worth if you saved it for thirty years at a credit union, etc.|
|Local Merchants||Top usage and dollars locally||Look at your members local purchase habits. Create unique rewards where they already shop at local businesses.
a. Ford – free car wash
b. Coffee Shop – free cup of coffee
c. Flower store – coupon
d. Dry Cleaner – coupon
e. Theatre (movie or otherwise) – free popcorn
f. Kids Gym or activity – coupon for a class or session
g. Home decoration store – special offer
h. Home improvement store – coupon
i. Gas Station – a fill up on us
j. Grocery store – special offer
|ATM||Set the preference||· Language
· No Receipt
· Last Deposit
· Last Withdrawal
|Credit Card Offer timing||Other bank credit card payment date||Most members pay their credit cards within the same 3 to 5 day window each month. Time credit card switch and educational content to when payments are due for each member.|
|Credit Card Purchase||Subscription Data||Members who aren’t using the credit union’s credit card should be offered an incentive to move recurring payments over.|
|Joint Member Added||Look up wedding registry||Send a congratulations gift or item from their registry. Follow-up with credit union guide to budgeting for newlyweds etc. It might also be a time where the couple begins looking for a house.|
|DMV Charge||Watch for a local DMV payment||Trigger information on how to change your address or other life stage events.|
We are getting down to the end of the “Almost 99 Small Data Credit Union hacks” guide. The next two posts will be on “how to tell a member is leaving” and “how to get more “A” members” so stay tuned!
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