Google Chrome

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About Google Chrome, eCommerce, and Virtual Guilds. All this and more…

Show length 24:42

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00:32 John Blue intro – Websites meet Dr. Phil – Not exactly Don LaFontaine though

01:34 Google Chrome Review – the stakes get higher, better usability, dynamic history homepage, all about distribution

09:40 Jake Moore asks about eCommerce Payments. Do people hate PayPal?

14:40 We love 4Q, we just don’t use it (or search, sorry Marko)

15:20 Mitch Joel asks about virtual street teams, and planning for a Doomsday scenario

20:40 The Obama campaign scores huge with text campaign

Chris will be at the Podcamp Philadelphia and then Inbound Marketing Summit featuring David Meerman Scott and Seth Godin. John is at The Business of Software, and was just in Maine doing The M Show with C.C. Chapman.

Our theme song is called Mellow G by Fonkmasters from the Podsafe Music Network

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3 thoughts on “Google Chrome”

  1. Just wanted to make a note/correction to a very important part of this episode, dealing with credit card merchant transaction fees/rates. At 12:20, you mentioned that Visa charges 8% and that AMEX charges 13% on e-commerce/CC transactions. This is not true. In fact, you’ll be happy to hear that Visa/MasterCard transaction fees are usually around 2%, while AMEX is just over 3%, when you go through a CC merchant provider.

  2. Just wanted to make a note/correction to a very important part of this episode, dealing with credit card merchant transaction fees/rates. At 12:20, you mentioned that Visa charges 8% and that AMEX charges 13% on e-commerce/CC transactions. This is not true. In fact, you’ll be happy to hear that Visa/MasterCard transaction fees are usually around 2%, while AMEX is just over 3%, when you go through a CC merchant provider.

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