Fresh off our trip to Montreal for StartupFest, we’re heading back again for Qwebec Expo (yes, spelled with a “W” for Web) August 6-9 at the Novotel downtown.
We were excited to learn that Segpay is nominated for three 2019 YNOT awards: Company of the Year, Best Billing Company and Best IPSP. Thank you YNOT and everyone who nominated us!
YNOT.com featured a Q&A with Cathy, discussing the growing category of cam sites, and what Segpay can do for these merchants.
Today the ASACP (Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection) announced Segpay as its newest corporate sponsor.
Today we launched a payout platform offering merchants multiple options for seamlessly paying their models, affiliates, producers, vendors and other contractors in an accurate and timely manner. These direct payments will provide an immediate benefit to cam merchants issuing payment to their models; as well as any merchant who relies on affiliate marketing partners requiring payments in exchange for sales lead referrals.
Please check out Cathy’s most recent piece for XBIZ.com, Riding the Retention Roller Coaster, which includes highlights from a recent panel discussion on customer-retention strategies for recurring revenue business.
By now you’ve probably heard about Libra, Facebook’s idea for a new cryptocurrency. At first glance, Libra has a lot of promise, along with many potential hurdles. We wanted to briefly summarize the Libra announcement for you, to better help you digest the news and consider what Libra could mean for digital payments in the not-too-distant future.
Looks like an administrative oversight will push the start date of the UK’s age verification law past July 15th. It’s not the first time the date has moved. According to a report in TechCrunch:
Segpay merchants have long had the ability to set up cross sale offers, displayed at the point where consumers are submitting a purchase. Cross-sells promote additional products the consumer might be interested in adding to their order at checkout. What some merchants may not know is that they can set up these cross-sells not only to their own products, but to other merchants as well. By setting up a cross sale agreement with another merchant, you can boost your own sales through referral business, and/or earn revenue shares for any business you refer from your customer base.