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Websites that are not updated for long periods of time will stop being visited by search engines as they are considered "dead." This will result in lower page rankings and thus less page visits.

The Blog Module is an easy way to add fresh new content to your website on a regular basis.

Features

  • Easy to use interface
  • Publish posts or save drafts for continued editing
  • Schedule posting date/time
  • Keep track of previous articles through a handy Archives feature

Blog Dashboard

Blog Example

Elements of a successful Banking as a Service (BaaS) offering

Innovative firms offering traditional banking products can provide traditional banks new revenue streams, valuable partnerships and other remarkable opportunities. While fintechs, neo banks, big techs and other non-traditional players are enthusiastic about offering banking services, some community and regional banks have been timid to respond. These institutions should review the benefits of Banking as a Service (BaaS) and consider how to make them a reality.

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Navigating the ‘Wild West’ of ESG data analysis

With investors keen to capitalise on the burgeoning opportunities in ESG, the ability to quantify and assess risk in portfolios and positions has now become key for industry players – whether it’s screening the investable universe with negative and positive ESG metrics, conducting bottom-up analyses of companies, understanding what indicators are material to a particular company or sector, or engaging with companies on policies.

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Crypto natives vs. Traditional capital markets: two roads, one destination

Crypto natives and traditional capital markets firms often consider themselves on opposite ends of the finance spectrum. Crypto natives think capital markets firms are clinging to an outdated way of operating, while traditional players argue that crypto firms act recklessly, playing fast and loose with customer funds.

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How the pandemic will force changes again in 2022

Beginning in March 2020, lockdowns and restrictions from the COVID pandemic devastated small businesses all over the world. Most companies had to close or severely restrict their operations for a period. According to the Worldpay from FIS SMB PACE Report, decreasing hours, reducing occupancy of retail locations and limiting the number of customers due to staff shortages resulted in lost revenue for most businesses − especially for restaurants and any in-person services or activities.

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