To increase site traffic, the Canadian Big Five Banks ran ads featuring the following financial tools:
RBC Future launch generated the highest volume of site traffic, with a total volume of 457K site visits from January 2020 to August 2021. In total, these digital initiatives generated over 650K site visits* for RBC, TD and CIBC.
On average RBC Future Launch generates 23K monthly site visits while TD MySpend generates 7K.
To increase site traffic, the Canadian Big Five Banks ran ads featuring various financial tools:
RBC partnered up with HGTV’s Bryan and Sarah Baeumler to promote the “MyAdvisor” RBC tool which is a a free online platform that allows existing clients to get a personalized savings plan and real-time visuals.
To advertise RBC’s True House Affordability tool, the brand emphasized the ease and convenience by highlighting how users can get prequalified for a mortgage in 60 seconds.
To drive traffic to the site, RBC created an online platform called “Future Launch” aimed towards recent grads who are looking for free online resources to jumpstart their career.
CIBC generated 37M impressions from their GoalPlanner tool campaign, which aims to simplify the planning process to meet financial goals. The ad featured a wide range of goals such as early retirement, purchasing a bigger home, and travelling the world, catering to a broad audience.
TD’s advertisement for their online insurance tool featured a mobile device showcasing how their site is mobile friendly. Similar to RBC, the brand also highlighted how one could get a quote in less than 60 seconds.
TD advertised how their “MySpend” tool helps users take control of their finances during the pandemic, when many faced financial difficulties.
BMO offered online video financial advice to encourage customers to stay home during the pandemic. The brand ran a 6 second video advertisement on the YouTube platform.