Monday, May 7, 2018


Check your interface for info regarding the new Merchant App that EPI requires starting May 14.  If you have any merchant apps out, be sure to submit before the changeover to the new application.



Congratulations to the DW Agent who was recently given kudos by their merchant/client for what they called 'superior service'.

We learned about it in a roundabout way because all these relationships are (naturally) confidential... but, suffice it to say, we were proud for the reputation that Digital World Agents create in the field!


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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

DW is a true honest business you can count on

"I'm very happy Wayne and I were introduced to John Daniels and  Digital World. My merchants are happy too. The increase of credit card users makes their business more profitable. If you need a terminal without a contract attached to it. Call me.  Angelia Harrington"

The above note was left on blog a few days ago... we love it!

There are a few hundred folks glad they were introduced to John and Digital World!   There's no time like the present to share DW with your friends and friendly merchants.

DW is a true honest business you can count on.

Do YOU have a DW testimonial?  We'd love to hear it:  Please leave comment below!

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The motor that never stops

What is in the air lately?

Several calls and texts have been received the last few days from DW Agents we haven't heard from in a good while -- all with updates on new merchant accounts they are working on and some of them with BIG monthly volume.

Cora, Marlyn and Ileen are three that come to mind!  WAYTOGO, LADIES!  

You've got to love a biz that has its own motor running that never stops.  Guess it's because people never stop using their credit/debit/smartphone/non-cash ways to make purchases at coffee shops, donut shops, grocery stores, restaurants, jewelry stores, casinos, auto repair shops, to name a few of the merchant establishments that DW Agents get paid commissions on monthly!

We are so thankful for John Daniels, David Daniels, Anthony and Avita and the whole Digital World Team.

And the recent uptick in Agent activity indicates that a lot of you are thankful, too.


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Do you feel guilty for taking those DW checks?

What a surprise to get a Digital World check the other day -- was not expecting one.  Haven't been doing anything worthy of one.

Have been busy with other projects -- and life events -- so not much happening here for my personal Digital World front.

And look here!  Two Digital World Agents were nonetheless actively helping merchants last week and I got paid!

Thank you, Kathy O'Connell and Nabeel Shahzad.  If I'm not mistaken there are a few of you other DW Agents who also made a few bucks from Digital World even without your paying attention.

If you are looking at Digital World and wondering if it is a real business and if there are any people making any $$ at it, let me be the first to tell you that it is real and yes, there are a lot of us who should feel guilty for taking those DW checks every month.  

Get your DW web-office.  Watch a few of the training videos.  Print off a targeted brochure for a merchant you want to approach. 

Then get out there.  

Every day there are hundreds of merchants across the US who are clients of Digital World's processors, hundreds of them of long-standing, as in months and years on the service.  But also every day there are new merchants being introduced to how Digital World can cut dollars off their processing bill monthly.

Just ask Kathy and Nabeel!

Nabeel Shahzad and his lovely wife,  Shumalia

Ken and Kathy O'Connell

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Throw Back Tuesday!

Find a niche and fill it:

You may have the desire to provide as much as you can to as many people as you can. But with that kind of thinking, you’re just setting yourself up for failure. It’s impossible to be everything to everyone. You can try, but you will fail 100% of the time.
Everyone isn’t your target market (or they shouldn’t be), so why should you try and be everything to everyone?
Put yourself in the shoes of a potential customer. If you needed a lawyer to handle your personal injury case, would you choose a personal injury lawyer who specializes in these types of cases or would you go with a lawyer who handles these cases among their many others? You’d go with the first. Why? Because they have a set focus and niche and only spend their time within that area of focus, meaning they’re highly skilled and knowledgeable in that area. This is exactly what you need to be doing if you want to be considered a thought leader in your industry.
When you try to be everything to everyone, you face several challenges and dangers. Here’s the hazardous road you’ll drive down if you choose this method of thinking:
  • Your brand message becomes lost because you’re straying from it.
  • Lose value to your brand.
  • Slows down your business growth.
  • Takes away the time you could be spending providing better, more meaningful efforts.
  • The more you try and do, the less consistent you are with your work so you deliver mediocre instead of great work.
  • Gives off a sense of desperation.
  • Get easily burnt out.
Basically, trying to be everything to everyone means you’ll be nothing to no one.
The only way to be a thought leader in your industry is to focus and go narrow and deep into a niche. You earn more from this method of thinking, and can offer more to your target audience. It’s much easier and more profitable to connect with a smaller, more focused niche in a bigger way than it is to try and connect with a large, broad audience in a big way. Your mind and efforts aren’t being pulled in every direction, so you have the time and capability to offer a higher value to your audience. When you focus and go more narrow and deep, you offer the less-is-more method, which works greatly for you and is appreciated by your customers.
Your brand is stronger and your business grows faster when you’re focused. When you offer concentrated services to a target audience, 3 things happen: it’s easier to find your customers, it’s easier to convince potential customers to become loyal customers and your expertise in your industry grows, which in turn attracts more customers your way.
It’s human nature to not want to limit yourself and your abilities or turn away someone who could be a potential customer. But you will actually find more customers and more easily find them and turn them into loyal customers when you focus and go narrow and deep into a niche. You become indispensible, needed and highly sought after for your skills in your niche area. You turn yourself into the go-to thought leader in your industry, and that’s exactly what your goal should be.


Decide on a DW 'niche' and see if that path doesn't help your merchant-gathering efforts gain serious traction!


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Friday, March 9, 2018

SPENDING DATA stats for Digital World


March 8, 2018         By: Steven Anderson

If March seems late in the year for a “look back at last year” article, you’re not alone. When Bank of America sent out a copy of its 2017 Consumer Spending Snapshot report detailing consumer spending from the over 50 million credit and debit cards in its purview, the lateness could be forgiven. It takes time to compile that kind of data, and the revelations are well worth the wait.

Clothing retailers will want to ramp up, in the future, in the winter and spring months. Shoppers spend heavily during the winter holiday season, and during late spring as well. The average retail spend in November is $503, which jumps to $576 in December. The next highest spend is in May, at $469.

Most shopping is still done in brick-and-mortar outlets, as 73 percent of spending took place at the point of sale, while 21 percent was done online. Six percent came from “other” sources like mail and telephone order as well as subscriptions. Online, however, increased two percent from 2016, while physical dropped three percent. 

Travel is also up; trips are commonly booked in March, though December—not surprisingly given holiday travel—isn’t far behind. Ridesharing services are also seeing more spending, with the spend per customer up 17 percent and transactions up 18 percent per customer.

Food, meanwhile, saw its biggest gains in December, but May and July—notorious for Memorial Day and Fourth of July barbecues—saw gains as well. Restaurants were big with the millennial crowd, but millennials also proved bargain-conscious, spending less but eating more.

While the obvious platitudes about stepping up marketing ahead of clear spending phases apply, we also see that online spending is on the rise, albeit slowly, and that spending at the point-of-sale is still a major part of shopping in general. Yet based on the numbers we’ve seen here, it’s evident that the debit and credit card—one of the earliest forms of mobile payment system—are still doing quite well and likely will for some time.

The world is changing, yet even as it changes, some things yet remain the same. Whether that card is connected to Apple Pay or dipped at the point-of-sale, it’s still a big part of the market, and people are doing plenty of spending.


Your local merchant might really want to know about the
Cash Discount program you can offer him through Digital World!  Log in to your DW interface to find out how to proceed today!

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Love Success!



We're closing in on the end of the month and there is only 1 week left to send in your leads! We'll work your leads as long as you send them in before the end of February, so if you have leads to send, do it now! All you have to send in is:

Their name
Their contact info
Their relationship to you
The lead type (merchant, agent, or both)

If you need a refresher on what the program is all about, click the link to watch a video. Remember, if we close your first merchant account you'll get an extra $100 bonus! It's now or never!…

Love, Anthony:)
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Monday, February 12, 2018

What More Do You Want?

Why wait? Send in your leads today!
If you haven't heard, we're offering to work your leads until the end of the month! Don't miss out on the opportunity to have someone from Digital World reach out to your leads directly and make the sale! All you have to send in is:
-Their name
-Their contact info
-Their relationship to you
-The lead type (merchant, agent, or both)
Remember that the more you do the better our chances are, so if you can get more information or even let the merchant know we'll be calling them, you'll be doing yourself and DW a huge favor!  

Also, don't forget that if we close your first merchant account, you'll get an extra $100 bonus! What are you waiting for?!

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Friday, February 9, 2018

Best to Best-er!

The best just keeps getting best-ter!

If you ask any one of the hundreds of DW Agents how they feel about Digital World, almost to a man *woman the answer you get will be positive, thankful, and hopeful.

DW sends out thousands of checks each month -- many to Agents who have not lifted a finger for DW in months and months -- yet they get paid every month.  Like clockwork.


And almost to a man *woman you will immediately hear:  "I have been meaning to tell  some more merchants about Digital World!"

David Daniels and the DW HQ team stand ready to help you follow through with every merchant you introduce to them, so WHY NOT get busy? 

We already know DW works.  DW keeps their word.  DW is a brand we can trust, both for ourselves and our merchants!

Nothing like it exists in the world today -- so if you are a DW Agent, CONGRATULATIONS!

Wake up and share Digital World with others this weekend!

BESIDES,  NEW THINGS ARE COMING and you might as well be ready to capitalize on them from the start!

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Friday, February 2, 2018

Close the Deal!!




Did you miss our announcement meeting yesterday? We'll give you some of the basic points we covered. With a regained focus solely on credit card processing, Digital World is taking steps to make the process easier than ever before! For the entire month of February, we want you to send us any of the leads you have on the back burner. Send them to, call us on the phone at (888) 282-2118, we don't care how you do it, JUST DO IT!

We'll take on the hard work and contact your leads, and even close the deal for you! All we ask is for the name of the lead, how you know them, their contact info, what they might be interested in (merchant account or becoming an agent), and that they know who you are. Be sure to tell your leads ahead of time that we'll be reaching out to them to give us the best chance of closing the deal! It doesn't get any better than this, so if you've been holding off for any reason, now is the time!

If that isn't good enough, we're offering an extra $100 bonus for any agent's first merchant account processing over $10,000 monthly! That's right, make $150 for your first merchant account! We cannot wait to help grow your business! Click the button to listen to the conference call! Please contact support if you have any questions.

Saturday, January 27, 2018

We are getting a makeover


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We're about to make some pretty amazing announcements and we're incredibly excited to tell you about it! Our program is getting a makeover and it'll be easier than ever. This is going to literally change the game. When you attend this meeting, you'll find out how you can recruit more agents, sign up more merchants, and make money easier than ever before. Tune in Wednesday to find out what's got everyone at Digital World so pumped! 

Date: Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Time: 5PM EST, 2PM PST
Dial-in Number: (712) 451-0549
Access Code: 550287 


Straight-up residual income from a business necessity is still the name of the DW game!

Just ask Elena, whose residual check this month is over $5400.00 -- from the first and only merchant she ever signed up -- two years ago!  Every month she gets a hefty residual check rewarding her for the effort she expended right at the start of her DW biz:  a quick  conversation with a friend which led to her making contact with a merchant and then putting him in contact with the DW staff!

Are there merchants out there waiting for a quick conversation with  you?


Be sure to be on the call this coming Wednesday!

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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

New Merchants

Amazingly the New Year is starting off with New Merchants being added to the Digital World Family!

Just when we're barely waking up from holiday hibernation, a bunch of you are turning in Merchants at a fast clip:  WAYTOGO!

That's a sure way to generate reliable month-to-month self-perpetuating income!  Congratulations to you, Diligent Digital Agents!

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Every merchant needs a great processor!

The latest evidence Americans prefer debit cards to credit cards

Published: Jan 10, 2018 9:09 a.m. ET

Debit remains more popular than credit cards, despite having less perks and security benefits
There’s a pretty good chance the last time you paid for something, you did it with a debit card.

Debit cards were the No. 1 payment method Americans used in 2016, the most recent year for which data was available, according to a report released this week by The Nilson Report, a company that analyzes the card and mobile payments industry. It analyzed data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Consumers made nearly 68 billion transactions on debit cards in 2016, The Nilson Report found, followed by cash with nearly 49 billion transactions and credit cards with about 34.6 billion transactions. Every merchant needs a great processor!

As cash becomes less popular around the world, cards, including debit, credit, prepaid and electronic benefits transfer (EBT) made up nearly 61% of payment volume in 2016, The Nilson Report found. That will grow to more than 69% by 2021.

In 2016, consumers for the first time spent more in terms of monetary value on credit and debit cards than they did in cash, according to the research firm Euromonitor International.

Although the use of cards is growing, cash “continues to hold its own,” said David Robertson, the publisher of The Nilson Report.