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Re: Study: Web-Only Banks Losing Ground to Multichannel Rivals
Posted by: Keith Regan 2001-08-29 13:33:05
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Traffic to Internet-only banks is decreasing, while multichannel financial institutions
have watched their online activity double over the past year, according to a report
released Wednesday by Jupiter Media Metrix.


The number of visitors at the Web sites of banks that also have a brick-and-mortar
presence increased 110 percent during the year, from 6.4 million visitors in July 2000 to
13.4 million visitors last month. Over the same time frame, visits to Web-only banks fell
8.1 percent, from 1.2 million last July to 1.1 million in July 2001.


Re: Study: Web-Only Banks Losing Ground to Multichannel Rivals
Posted by: Art Vandelay 2001-08-29 13:34:12 In reply to: Keith Regan
I gotta say, the ATM still suits 99 percent of my banking needs. Now, if they can get my home computer to distribute $20s, then online banking will be onto something.

Printing money at home...yeah, that's the ticket...

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