More than 80% of marketers expect more focus on mobile marketing strategies this year, according to American Marketing Association survey.
As consumers head to the malls and shopping strips this holiday season, more than half are expected to use cash or debit cards and only one out of three shoppers will break out credit cards to buy gifts, so reports an online survey of Litle & Co., a Lowell-Mass.-based payments...
A new survey of Long Island checking account holders found 60% of them also would most likely leave for free checking.
Suburban Dallas credit union uses poll to gauge changing attitudes about home ownership.
More than half say presidential election will not impact their decision.
Nearly 40% of 2,084 people who participated in an online survey said they are using mobile banking, according to the the Missouri Credit Union Association.
Utah Business magazine conducts survey via social media sites.
The uptick marks the fourth consecutive increase in financial security sentiments, the longest in the survey's five-year history, the company reports.
Credit unions of $250 million and up are invited to participate in the next benchmarking study from Cornerstone Advisors in Scottsdale, Ariz.
A new survey shows that nearly half, or 49%, of Canadian smartphone users expect to bank from their device in the next 12 to 24 months.