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Posts Tagged ‘go beyond payments’

Back to School TIP: Top 10 Myths of Payment Processors

Posted on September 10th, 2014 by

It’s September, which means, summer’s officially over and everyone’s going back to school, and back to school shopping means lots and lots of commerce. But just as every calculator isn’t a scientific calculator, neither is every payment processor a digital commerce provider.  The problem is, when the packaging looks the same, called the same thing and they both claim to provide the same functionality – how do you tell the difference?

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Can Better Payments Boost Sales 11%, Instantly?

Posted on July 30th, 2014 by

Payments may seem simple and unimportant – they just involve exchanging money for goods or services, right? Even young kids can go to the store and buy candy for pennies, or (these days) make bids on eBay for interesting comics or toys. But modern payments have the potential to be much more, and to contribute to your bottom line as a merchant as well. A more dynamic payments layer can become another important ally in your quest to sell more services more expertly, and even boost your sales by more than ten percent without any additional effort on your part. […]

It’s Time to Graduate from PayPal

Posted on May 13th, 2014 by

Ahhh, it’s that time of year again. Diplomas are being rolled, commencement speeches are being written, caps with tassels are being tossed, and the sound of Pomp and Circumstance is filling the air – graduation time is upon us. Graduation – the intersection of education and anticipation – where individuals take all that they’ve learned and apply it towards their next endeavor – it isn’t just for students. Companies graduate too. […]

Industry Buzz – April 2014

Posted on April 23rd, 2014 by

Hi sellers!

We’re excited to introduce the Industry Buzz, a monthly roundup of the biggest commerce and digital news from across the web. We’re bringing you the best insights from the best minds in the industry, and we hope you enjoy these 10 thought-provoking commerce and marketing picks. […]