Tag Archives: Transactions

How SMBs Can Avoid the Major Risks Involved with Credit Card Transactions

Avinash Nair — July 18, 2018 Follow @AviNair52 — July 18, 2018 Americans love plastic, especially when it comes to shopping. 78% of consumers say that they would rather buy with a card than cash, and doing so typically leads to a larger purchase. Accepting credit card payments is basically a requirement for all businesses … Continue reading How SMBs Can Avoid the Major Risks Involved with Credit Card Transactions

The Future of Payment Transactions and the Unprepared

by Daniel Burrus June 24, 2016 Follow @DanielBurrusJune 24, 2016 Organizations have finally realized that the key to success in this digital world is to evolve continuously in order to remain competitive and relevant to consumers. The way in which all businesses accept payments is quickly becoming the next battleground of innovation, according to recent … Continue reading The Future of Payment Transactions and the Unprepared

Attributing Retail Store Transactions To Online Clicks At Keyword Level

Columnist Thomas Stern offers a sneak peek of results and winning tactics from the beta of Google AdWords’ online-to-in-store conversion tracking. Thomas Stern on February 5, 2016 Updates to Google’s in-store conversion tracking now allow retailers to attribute user engagement at a keyword or ad group level, further expanding advertisers’ ability to see the offline … Continue reading Attributing Retail Store Transactions To Online Clicks At Keyword Level

CMOs Must Shift Focus from Transactions to “Addictive Experiences”

Ernan RomanJune 27, 2015 Customers become “brand partners” when companies shift from treating them as transactions to creating addictive experiences which meet and exceed customer’s needs. Following are important findings from a new study on loyalty conducted by the Direct Marketing Association and Forrester Research analyst Tina Moffet: 58% of marketers were dissatisfied with their … Continue reading CMOs Must Shift Focus from Transactions to “Addictive Experiences”