Share Kasasa™ turns your account holders into enthusiastic brand advocates
Encourage account holders to refer friends and family at the click of a button with Share Kasasa. The simple platform utilizes email and social media channels to spread the message. Plus, community banks and credit unions can easily implement it without adding paperwork or burdening frontline staff.
Easy on your marketing budget
There are no upfront costs either. Institutions offering Kasasa reward accounts get full access to Share Kasasa, including marketing launch support. You only pay for performance — the face value of the incentive gift cards. Plus, the entire program is automated, online, and gamer-resistant.
Keep it simple. Keep it profitable.
Share Kasasa offers a range of operational benefits:
It is 100% paperless – no forms or coupons to reconcile
Account matching, tracking, and incentive payment are completely automated
Total transparency and in-depth reporting makes tracking account and program performance a breeze
Easy for account holders
After a simple account verification, existing Kasasa account holders can sign up for the program and start sharing their unique referral link immediately. The process is optimized for desktop and mobile devices.
Kasasa account holders receive promotions directing them to your branded microsite.
From your microsite, they can click on social media icons to share their unique link with their friends.
Their friends use the referral link to open a new Kasasa account online or in-branch.
Once their friend qualifies for rewards in their new Kasasa account, they both automatically receive an additional one-time reward.
of people say recommendations matter when switching institutions.1
lower account acquisition cost.2
Results on average. Kasasa analytics.
1 Marous, Jim. "Secrets of Customer Acquisition in Banking." The Financial Brand. The Financial Brand, 22 Sept. 2014. Web. 16 Feb. 2016.
2 The industry average for cost-per-account acquisition was $250. Wilker, Brent. "Customer Referral Program: Simplify or Die." The Financial Brand. Web. 24 June 2015.