What banks get out of content marketing

What banks get out of content marketing

Content can be overlooked as technology improves and trends in marketing bank products and services evolve and change. It’s important to market your content effectively to stay relative and authoritative in your industry – and to gain vital revenue.

Content can create a positive perception for your SME customers

Your small business customers will be influenced by your content when developing their perceptions about your brand. Often, little things in your content can affect how customers perceive you, like:

  • Proper spelling and grammar.
  • Ease of understanding.
  • Usefulness of each piece.

It’s vital that your business decides how you want your customers to perceive you. And with a content marketing strategy that aligns with that idea, you may well be one step ahead of your competitors.

The right content will be shared

It’s important to give your content a chance to be shared by sharing it yourself on your business’s chosen social media platforms. Think about allocating social media tasks (along with content sharing responsibilities) to a single employee.

Sharing the right content at the right time, through the right social media channels, and putting it in front of your target audience can:

  • Gain website traffic.
  • Increase brand visibility.
  • Even disrupt your competitors.

You’ll encourage your audience to take action

By sharing your bank’s content, and making it available to be shared, you just might encourage your target audience to take action. Persuade them to:

  • Read your content.
  • Browse your website.
  • Take a look at additional products or services.

Also consider adding social media sharing buttons to your content to let your customers know where in the social media landscape you are.

At TSBC, we can provide you with the content you’re looking for to help your business win over customers. Contact us at www.tsbc.com/contact to find out how we can assist you.


Glen Senior
Glen Senior

CEO Glen Senior has been helping small businesses start and grow since 1989. Along the way, he has published 6 books on small business development and business planning, created training courses, built e-learning platforms, and developed Microsoft USA’s Small Business Plus program which was delivered into 9 countries. Since 2005 Glen has focused on the banking sector and has built up an extensive knowledge of how banks can engage with the small business segment. He has presented at a number of small business banking conferences and is sought out as an opinion leader in this space.