Payments, Software, Technology on January 3, 2011

  • Marketing Tea PartyMy New Year’s Resolutions: Being A Pro In 2011
    January 3, 2011 – Quite possibly the best set of New Year’s Resolutions of the many that I’ve read.
  • Chaordic MindYour Security Left Behind : How compliance and security can play well together
    January 3, 2011 – An excellent post with a conclusion I appreciate…”Excellence within an organization is not achieved by measuring the compliance of an organization but by measuring the compliance of individuals and employees.”
  • TechCrunchTake The Red Pill: The Rise Of The Hybrid Startup
    January 3, 2011 – I rather like the term “hybrid startup”. The applicability of the term to the world of IP Commerce lies in the fact that the majority of companies leveraging our Platform are, in fact, hybrid. The strict, assumed division between eCommerce, retail, mobile, etc is simply not that clear any longer. These “hybrid” models are here to stay…
  • Global NeighbourhoodsThe importance of measuring relevancy
    January 3, 2011 – Well worth the read…relevance is key to understanding influence. However, it is quite a bit more difficult to logically measure.
  • CloudAveSpeaking At Conferences, Should You Be Compensated?
    January 3, 2011 – This! “The big problem we see today is the whole notion of “pay to play,” meaning “you can speak at our conference if you pay us thousands of dollars.” Which many of the top conferences out there employ because at the end of the day they need to make a profit, but sadly the audience members are left with hearing sales pitches and product demos by the “speakers” who paid to speak! In an ideal world speakers should be selected based on what they can bring to the event not based on how much they are willing to pay.”
  • Digital Money ForumWhy?
    January 3, 2011 – Intriguing. This speaks to the concept of consumer affinity and has been ticking in the back of my brain for over a month now…Just sharing now as I feel I, finally, have fully formed thoughts on the topic.

January 3, 2011

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