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Date: Fri, 5. April 2019 07:21:21
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Following Other Credit Cards, Visa Will Also Stop Requiring Signatures

Date: Mon, 15. January 2018 03:05:43
An anonymous reader quotes SiliconBeat: Visa, the largest U.S. credit card issuer, became the last of the major credit card companies to announce its plan to make signatures optional... Visa joined American Express, Discover, and Mastercard in the phase-out. Mastercard was the first one to announce the move in October, and American Express and Discover followed suit in December... However, this change does not apply to every credit card in circulation; older credit cards without EMV chips will still require signatures for authentication... Since 2011, Visa has deployed more than 460 million EMV chip cards and EMV chip-enabled readers at more than 2.5 million locations. "Businesses that accepted EMV cards reported a 66 percent decline in fraud in the first two years of EMV deployment," the article notes -- suggesting a future where fewer shoppers are signing their receipts. "In Canada, Australia and most of Europe, credit cards have long abandoned the signature for the EMV chip and a PIN to authenticate the transaction, like one does with a debit card." Read more of this story at Slashdot.

Syrup The Movie. Now That's Honest Lying.

Date: Thu, 30. May 2013 04:28:41
Really looking forward to this one. It is, after all, based on something we all know well. That the difference between so many rival products is next to nothing. It's all about the marketing. Syrup The Movie. Now That's Honest Lying. originally appeared on Advertising on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013 at 18:05:26.Permalink | Comment | Email this

PayPal Debuts a Credit Card That Offers 2% Cash Back

Date: Thu, 31. August 2017 04:05:28
PayPal is turning to its old nemesis, plastic, to help it expand beyond the digital realm. From a report: The online payments venture is introducing a credit card that offers customers 2 percent cash back on purchases -- one of the industry's highest rebate rates -- with no annual fee. The rewards will appear in users' online wallets and can be spent immediately on additional PayPal purchases or transferred to a bank. The move is part of Chief Executive Officer Dan Schulman's effort to transform PayPal from a payments button on websites into a versatile financial tool for everyday use, even in brick-and-mortar stores. He's forged 24 deals over the past 18 months with technology and financial companies including Apple, Visa and JPMorgan Chase, looking to make PayPal ubiquitous in the lives of its 210 million customers. The company already tested the card with some of them. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

What Do Columbo and Gordon Ramsay Have in Common?

Date: Sat, 29. June 2013 04:16:17
Other than a love of great food? Well, they are the focus of two articles based on entertainment, and its relationship to advertising. From great advice based on the disheveled detective, to a case study in horrendousness from Kitchen Nightmares, there's a lot to learn. Also featured, teaser trailers, comedians, and great documentaries. It's an entertainment special, and you can read it all here. What Do Columbo and Gordon Ramsay Have in Common? originally appeared on Advertising on Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 at 12:54:53.Permalink | Comment | Email this

Rethinking the Billboard

Date: Mon, 31. March 2014 04:06:22
Wonderful piece of work from Ikea that is grounded in everything they do. Turning one billboard into three using lighting, it showcases that smart thinking can turn small spaces into bigger, more useful spaces. Awesome.Rethinking the Billboard originally appeared on Advertising on Tuesday, February 25th, 2014 at 16:56:47.Permalink | Comment | Email this

Mobile Has Become the "Dominant Digital Advertising Platform," GroupM's Rob Norman

Date: Tue, 24. June 2014 23:10:29
From being a niche advertising sector not too long ago, mobile advertising has fast become the dominant digital advertising platform, says Rob Norman , Chief Digital Officer of GroupM Worldwide in this interview with Beet.TV The rapid transformation has been propelled by Facebook and Twitter, he explains.

Read. His. Book.

Date: Thu, 23. January 2014 03:06:54
You have no excuse, because "Damn Good Advice" is small, it's full of great advice, and it's written by an ad God - George Lois. At under $10, it's also one of the most affordable pieces of inspiration you'll ever own. Enough said.Read. His. Book. originally appeared on Advertising on Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 at 17:12:14.Permalink | Comment | Email this

Amy's Baking Company Has Something You Don't

Date: Fri, 28. June 2013 04:23:24
What, exactly? A bad attitude? A bizarre owner? A horrible reputation? Well, it has all those fine qualities and more, but it also has something killer. It has buzz. The web is all about Amy's Baking Company right now. If they were a big name brand like Toyota or Apple, that would be bad. Really bad. But they're not. They're unknown. Or at least, they were. Now, they're a household name. And that is something they can build on. They have the makings of a success. Read more about this phenomenon right here. Amy's Baking Company Has Something You Don't originally appeared on Advertising on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 at 22:28:37.Permalink | Comment | Email this

'Tis The Season To Read Past Seasonal Articles

Date: Fri, 11. January 2013 03:27:36
<p><img class="alignnone" src="" alt="Santa drink drive" /></p> <p>I pump out a lot of new material here at's advertising channel, and it's easy to let a lot of it slip through the cracks. Well, if you're looking to play catch up on something relevant, there are a nice collection of <a href="">holiday-rated articles right here</a>. Some are recent, others go back to April Fool's Day. <a href="">Enjoy</a>, and have a great weekend.</p><p style="background:#f5f3ef;border:1px solid #d5d0bf;clear:both;padding:.5em;"><a href="">'Tis The Season To Read Past Seasonal Articles</a> originally appeared on <a href=""> Advertising</a> on Friday, November 30th, 2012 at 18:29:16.</p><p><a href="">Permalink</a> | <a href="">Comment</a> | <a href="'Tis The Season To Read Past Seasonal Articles">Email this</a></p>

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