Bankcenter Social Media

Our Platform

Life is short, attention spans are shorter and impressions are the shortest in today's information age. Our partner affiliate network and multiple social media channels funnel and filter your message to the right audience. Your message can get buried in the mix and noise - With Us - NOT

Our Media Experience

Our President and Founder, Robert McKinley, has been writing and editing news since age 15, starting with radio, then television and now across all media platforms. His news experience, including 10K+ interviews, coupled with his expertise in payments is a winning combination for clients. Today, Mr. McKinley writes four daily articles and edits more than 125 per week. Review a Summary of Credentials.



1st Major Newspaper Deal: WSJ Column 1988-2008



1st National Radio Network: NPR's "All Things Considered" - Live 1996



1st National TV Network: CBS' "CBS This Morning" - Live 1990

Don't Dilly Dally . . .

Proclaim Your Message Far and Wide Starting With Your Payments or Banking Related News Release on Our Platforms Backed By Our Experience

About Bankcenter Portfolio: manages eight payments-related websites and ten payments-related twitter feeds, and other social media and email distribution.

About Bankcenter Focus Areas: e-commerce; m-commerce; m-wallets; biometrics; cryptocurrency; artificial Intelligence; blockchain; fintech; fraud; NFC; POS; NFC; EMV; P2P; credit cards; debit cards; charge cards; prepaid cards; cross-border; cybersecurity; processing; #consumerbanking #loans #debt #insurance #mortgage #investing #saving #debtcollection #subprime consumer confidence; business confidence; investor confidence; mortgages; debt; lending; insurance


PYRPTS (global payment reports)

PYVNTS (global payment events)

CardBuzz (published payment news)

BankCenter (payment news releases)

CardFlash (payment executive news)

CardTrak (consumer payment news)

CardData (quarterly payment data)

RAM Research (consulting)

RAM Research (research)

The RAM Reports (annual payment reports)