Tag: payments

Finally some good news for renters in Portland: Cozy simplifies rent payments for anyone

I know. I know. Housing prices and rent costs are an ever increasing subject of contention around these parts. And with good reason. It’s just crazy. So you’ll have to forgive me if—with my Rose City colored glasses—I’m grasping for any bright spot in the conversation. But I found one. With Portland startup Cozy.

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More than chump change: Portland startup PayRange continues to gain traction with customers and investors

I don’t know if you know this but… word around the campfire is that this whole “payments” thing may be garnering a little bit of traction. So it’s nice to see that a Portland startup working on an interesting solution to the problem is gaining traction as well. Read More

Do you take plastic? Chirpify social commerce now takes credit and debit cards in addition to PayPal

If you know Chirpify, you know that they’re all about making it easier—and more seamless—to transact online from within social streams like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. But one minor hurdle to the service was the need for a PayPal account. Until today. Read More

Monetize content without ads? Contenture offers easy subscriber micropayments, freemium content

No doubt, you’ve heard me rave about Clicky, the Portland-based Web analytics tool that’s got a ton of cool features for a very affordable price.

Well, far from a one-trick pony, the Clicky team has just released their latest product Contenture, a service that hopes to help content publishers everywhere create some revenue from the content they’re creating. Read More

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