Two months after bringing its fitness marketplace to San Francisco, Vint is introducing a new way for users to set up 1-on-1 or group workout sessions with trainers in the form of a $120 monthly subscription that lets you arrange as many meetups as you’d like. The subscription service, known as Vint Unlimited, encompasses all … Continue reading Vint Launches A Monthly Subscription Service Offering Unlimited On-Demand Fitness Training
If you’ve been in the market for OnePlus One, the hugely impressive $299 Android smartphone that is available by invite only — thus far — then your luck is in. The startup has announced that it will make its first smartphone available to all members of the public, but for a one hour window only. The … Continue reading OnePlus $299 Smartphone Will be on Sale for One Hour on October 27
Apple Pay is now available for anyone to use, provided they’ve got all the prerequisites, both for physical stores and for online transactions. But you can’t just walk up to your local brick-and-mortar store and wave your iPhone and walk out with whatever you want – that would be theft. Instead, you’ll need the following … Continue reading Getting Started With Apple Pay? See How it Works
When Mark Zuckerberg recruited Ex-PayPal president David Marcus to head the affairs of Facebook Messenger three years ago, few understood the motive behind this move, but now it is crystal clear for everyone to see: Facebook is set to allow its users to send and receive money via its standalone Messenger. Mark recently hinted on … Continue reading Hacked Screenshots Reveals how you can Send Money to a Friend Via Facebook Messenger
Facebook does plan to monetize Messenger through payments, but it’s going to take its time to do it right. Regarding Messenger, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on today’s Q2 earnings call that “over time there will be some overlap between that and payments”. He stressed that “The payments piece will be a part of what will help … Continue reading Facebook Says Messenger And Payments Will Eventually “Overlap” But Don’t Hold Your Breath
From simple text links to rich media ads, Google has continued it’s bid to optimize revenue for it’s publishers and subsequently gain more advertisers. According to a blog post in Adsense official blog, Google has rolled out two brand new ad sizes – 970 x 250 Billboard and the 300 x 1050 Portrait – that will … Continue reading Two More Ad Sizes For Adsense Publishers: You Can Earn Bigger!
Giving in to the popular “419 Scammers” tag, Paypal labeled Nigerians not too long ago, only few will believe the story of Rupert Keeley, the executive in charge of the EMEA region of PayPal, in an interview on Monday. According to a report posted on Reuters yesterday, Keeley made an official reference in an interview on Monday regarding … Continue reading Official: Paypal Storms Nigeria – How Real is it?
Facebook doesn’t show ads in Messenger or WhatsApp. Instead, payments could be the key to earning money on chat, especially in the developing world where ad rates are low. If that’s the strategy, Facebook just got the perfect executive to lead the charge. It’s poached PayPal’s president David Marcus to run its Messenger unit. Facebook … Continue reading Facebook Calls on Ex-PayPal’s President David Marcus to Run it’s Messenger
A lot has been said about Nigerian cashless economy since the turn of last year. While the government seems to delay the implementation of this service, Quickteller has given us a taste of what it means to go cashless. Quickteller is a company based in Nigeria that allows Nigerians to buy airtime and pay bills … Continue reading Quickteller – Buy Airtime, Pay Bills and Transfer Funds Easily Online with your ATM Card
According to a report on Techcrunch, job outsourcing marketplace Freelancer.com has put down a portion of the money it raised from its IPO last fall on buying Warrior Forum, a marketplace and forum for digital marketing professionals. Freelancer.com filed for an IPO last October, with the aim of raising ~$14.2 million — noting at the … Continue reading Freelancer.com Acquires Digital Marketing Marketplace, Warrior Forum for $3.2M
Microsoft is almost ready to put Windows XP out to pasture, but the popular operating system refuses to die. The latest worldwide numbers from Net Applications show Windows XP market share actually grew by 0.25 percentage points in January, compared to the month previous. This is the first time Windows XP has gained in market … Continue reading Windows XP gained market share in January (or did it?)
Some consolidation in the world of mobile commerce. Monitise, a UK-based company that works with the likes of Visa to build and roll out mobile payment solutions, has acquired mobile commerce technology provider Pozitron for $100 million in an all-share deal. This is about inorganic expansion: Pozitron is based in Istanbul, Turkey and is most active … Continue reading Monitise Buys Turkey’s Pozitron For Up To $100M To Take Its Mobile Money Network To The Middle East
If you are residing within Australia, Nigeria, India, Russia or anywhere else around the world and wishes to own a U.S bank account or wanting to setup a Payoneer Debit MasterCard®. Here is the easiest way to go. The Payoneer service is a secure and convenient service that allows you to send and receive funds globally. … Continue reading How to Create a U.S Bank Account and Get a Payoneer MasterCard® Outside U.S
Zynga plans to buy U.K.-based game developer NaturalMotion for about $527 million while cutting 15 percent of its own workforce. The San Francisco-based Internet game company said it is buying NaturalMotion for hit games including CSR Racing and Clumsy Ninja. It will pay $391 million in cash, plus about 39.8 million shares, according to a … Continue reading Zynga to buy ‘Clumsy Ninja’ developer for $527 million, cut 314 jobs
Techcrunch – TechCrunch has confirmed reports that Lenovo is buying Motorola Mobility from Google. This is the division within Google that the company purchased in 2011 for $12.5 billion. Motorola Mobility will go to Lenovo for $2.91 billion. Of that $2.91 billion, $1.41 billion will be paid at the close of the deal. $660 million … Continue reading Lenovo To Buy Motorola Mobility From Google For $2.91 Billion
Technology plays a very important role in the expansion of a business. Business technology such as social networks, virtual office technology as well as video conferencing helps in removing boundaries at work place that limit business expansion. Technology in business helps in targeting a wider customer base that help an organization grow to higher levels. … Continue reading Role of Technology in Business Expansion
The best way to start any advertisement campaign probably, is to start with a trial mode that will let you monitor the progress of your site and master the use of the advertisement platform and finally decide whether to continue your advertisement campaign or to look elsewhere.BidVertiser is a ppc online advertisement program that grant their … Continue reading Start Your Advertising Campaign With Free $20 Credit
This article was written by: Joseph Onyemakonor As the internet users grow by the day in Nigeria, one of the challenges of growing the eCommerce side of it has largely been online payment solution. This is largely due to the start-up cost of integrating payment gateways, which can gulp up to N200, 000. Many businesses in Nigeria cannot afford this … Continue reading VoguePay.com: Receive Payments Online For Your Small Businesses
The shutting down of libertyreserve by the US government is probably the saddest news any internet marketer would want to hear. Now the question surrounding the whole affaire is why were they shut down? and is there an alternative? I can not give you answer to the first question but the later is what we … Continue reading Liberty Reserve Gone? Top 3 Option for Online Payment Gateways!
Liberty Reserve, the alternative-payment network and digital currency that federal prosecutors shut down a couple of days ago, was not, as it described itself, the Internet’s “largest payment processor and money transfer system.” (PayPal, obviously, is much bigger.) But Liberty Reserve was, by all accounts, the Internet’s largest payment processor for illicit and criminal transactions. … Continue reading Why Did Criminals Trust Liberty Reserve?