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Top 10 Best Banking Blog Winners Recognized

This morning Financial Brand announced the winners of their 2012 Best Banking Blog Awards. With more than 1,000 votes cast and a number of write-ins (including our blog) it is evident that there are a number of great blogging resources out there for the online community to digest! If you haven’t seen the announcement yet on the Financial Brand site, here’s a recap of the top 10 blogs and how you can follow their contributors on social media:

1. JD Power & Associates Banking Blog – @JDPowerBanking

2. Snarketing 2.0 – Ron Shevlin (Senior Analyst at Aite Group)  @rshevlin

3. ACTON’s Financial Marketing Insights – @ACTON_Marketing

4. Bank Marketing Strategies – Jim Marous (blogger and marketing strategist) @JimMarous

5. – from Intuit Financial Services @bankingdotcom

6. CU Insight – Randy Smith @CUinsight

7. Bank Innovation – @BankInnovation (Our RSS feed is on their site)

8. Netbanker – Jim Bruene (Founder of Finovate group) @netbanker

9. GonzoBanker – contributors from Cornerstone Advisors, Inc. @GonzoBanker

10. Financial Services Club Blog – Chris Skinner @FSClub

The Perficient Financial Services team would like to congratulate all of the winners. Managing a successful blog takes a lot of strategic thinking, creative writing and dedication! The financial services community has a number of great leaders. Many of those leaders have welcomed the Perficient brand into the space, shared our technology insights, and have helped demonstrate the important correlations between technology issues, marketing and overall banking strategies. For that we are very thankful. We would like to recognize Financial Brand for supporting the industry with this achievement. Without the daily stream of information these bloggers produce – banking and financial services professionals would have far fewer resources to rely on for valuable marketing, industry and technology insight to improve banking operations.

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