The Green Sheet Online Edition
May 26, 2014 • Issue 14:05:02
Why GS is important to the industry
I have to tell you, I was so surprised at the ETA at how many people came up to me and said they're looking forward to the next article, because they found the previous ones so informative, and I didn't even know most of them, so it gave me the additional motivation that I needed. It's very gratifying to know that I have been able to save an agent some headache that could be avoided.
It is the goal of The Green Sheet to provide ISOs and merchant level salespeople with the best advice available in how to go about the business of selling merchant services. The positive response to the first two articles of your series, "Which sales model is right for you?" (published in The Green Sheet, Feb. 24, 2014, issue 14:02:02, and March 24, 2014, issue 14:03:02) exemplifies both the valuable service experts offer to the payments industry and the benefits they enjoy when offering their knowledge and advice on these pages. We are delighted your third article in the series appears in this very issue.
Hooray for the wire
I check your wire feed every day and find it a great source of information about what's going on in the industry. I have actually made some personal financial investments based on the information I glean from the GS wire. It seems you guys don't miss anything. Where does GS get its information?
Brian Y., a payments guy
Yes, the news wire feature of The Green Sheet (found in the left-hand column on the home page) is a popular and much clicked on section of our website. The business of culling all the payments related news on a daily basis is daunting. We rely on news feeds from a variety of sources. We also scour the web for press releases. But one of our main sources of information is from businesses that send their news directly to us via firstname.lastname@example.org. It is a great way for companies to quickly and easily get their messages out.
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