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13
Jan

#FutureOfEmail Event | Live Blog

Today, email is undergoing a revolution.   There’s no denying the massive ROI email brings to modern organizations. Now, more than ever, email is at the center of our digital lives; it’s our fingerprint to access social networks; it’s the one resource smartphone users can’t live without.   Email is a central force in today’s modern lifestyle. New technologies are

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6
Jan

MarketingSherpa Case Study: @Pay Helps Nonprofit to Achieve 12.5 times Higher Revenue Than Industry Average

Read the original article by Erin Hogg on MarketingSherpa.com   Roadrunner Food Bank faces real-world challenges like many nonprofits. Its ultimate goal is not only to increase donations and expand its reach, but to ultimately stop hunger in New Mexico. “Right now, New Mexico ranks No. 1 for child food hunger, and we’re tied for No. 4 for overall hunger,”

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30
Dec

Payment Game Changers in 2014 and Forecast for 2015

2014 has been a year of incredible change for the payments industry. Apple entered the game with ApplePay; eBay and PayPal broke up; Chase, Vantiv and FirstData each acquired some major companies and deals; EMV and iBeacons began to grow; Alibaba’s Alipay positioned itself to go global; Amazon continued to experiment and expand; Bitcoin faded in value; and tokenization cemented

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29
Dec

@Pay CEO To Speak at “Future of Email” Event

@Pay CEO John Killoran will speak at the “Future of Email” event, which will take place at Gallery 16 in San Francisco on January 13. There will be a cocktail reception immediately following the panel, which includes Killoran as well as Mar Brandt of Experian, Lawrence Whittle of Persado, and Justin Foster of RealTime Email at LiveClicker.   Speakers will

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18
Dec

Infographic: Millennials Demand Mobile Payments

Millennials are driving the adoption of emerging payments and guiding the payments industry to create technology that makes paying more simple and secure. 44 percent of millennials would prefer to use their mobile phone to make purchases, rather than using cash. @Pay lets consumers pay with just two clicks, whether on their smartphone or on the web. No passwords, no

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24
Nov

Infographic: Mobile Holiday Shopping

Capturing an adult’s attention is hard enough — the average attention span of an adult is just eight seconds, according to the U.S. National Library Association. That attention span shrinks to just four seconds when shopping online, and during the holidays there is more information than normal clamoring for attention. To reduce shopping cart abandonment, retailers are streamlining their mobile checkout

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24
Nov

@Pay Featured on KRQE News 13 (CBS)

@Pay was featured on KRQE News 13 (CBS affiliate) in their special feature about online security for payments. View the segment above or read the original article by news anchor Matt Grubs here.   … Here in Albuquerque, an online shopping ordeal during the holidays four years ago sparked John Killoran to launch develop the technology behind the company @Pay. “I

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19
Nov

Infographic: The Future of Email is Mobile

With 79% of people using their smartphone to read email and mobile email projected to grow another 23% in the next year, turn your emails into a point-of-sale. Be sure your emails include a way to quickly capture payments and donations. @Pay Buttons can be easily embedded into your existing email campaigns and allows users to pay or donate in

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17
Nov

@Pay Wins SXSW Scrappy Startup Challenge

Updated: @Pay is excited to announce that we’re one of five winners for the SXSW Scrappy Startup Challenge! “I think we’re looking for a variety. Who represents Albuquerque? The best, which are going to get the most benefit out of South by Southwest, will represent Albuquerque well,” said Eric Renz-Whitmore, community manager of the New Mexico Technology Council, to Albuquerque

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14
Nov

Millennials: Checked Out on Cash

A segment of NerdWallet’s article: “Millennials Checked Out on Using Cash.” “About one in four millennials carries less than $5 cash on them seven days a week, according to a 2014 study by the Independent Community Bankers of America. Almost three-quarters of millennials also said that mobile banking was “very important” to them. Because millennials represent about a quarter of

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