Financial institution Advertising and marketing Podcast: When Social Media Advertisements Seem Close to Controversial Discussions | ABA Banking Journal


By John Oxford

In this week’s Advertising and marketing Cash Podcast, Josh Mabus of the Mabus Company and I delve right into a potpourri of matters together with:

Deciding whether or not to have interaction in social media commentary, and the way weirdly explanatory posts about widespread data have turn out to be. In addition to:

  • What occurs when a financial institution accidently makes a double deposit into an account?
  • A dialogue on all of the current hacking that has been occurring with fuel traces and meat processing crops.
  • How and why we have to warn our financial institution purchasers to not publish something about their banking accounts or debit playing cards on social media.
  • Do you have to take a tough have a look at social media advertisements that seem close to harsh arguments and political discussions?
  • When must you reply to adverse social media posts about your model?
  • Easy methods to be ready for unseen advantages and liabilities in advertising, in addition to extra random popular culture references.
John Oxford, director of promoting at Renasant Bank, and Josh Mabus, president of the Mabus Agency, are co-hosts of the Advertising and marketing Cash Podcast. 


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