Tony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·March 3, 2015·1 min readThe Daily Dig for Tuesday, March 3 ShareTweetShareSubmit Today’s Daily Dig starts off in the USA before heading on a world tour. Are you measuring your social media ROI? If your first reaction is “Huh?”, you really need to read this piece from Martin Zwilling. Small business patiently awaits SEC crowdfunding rules Small business is an important driver for the American economy and the ones who will benefit the most from crowdfunding rules. Their wait is an endless one… Jamie Herzlich reports. Prosper providing loans to community bank customers Prosper is partnering with more than 160 community banks to provide loans to their clientele. Read more here. South Africa to benefit from mobile banking Mobile payment options have the potential to attract many South Africans not currently active in mainstream finance. Learn how.See alsoMay 21, 2015Goldman Sachs asks shareholders to ‘like’ tech push in San Francisco Philippine payroll startup targets unbanked Cash reliance can be a growth hindrance for emerging markets. So can a large portion of unbanked people. Salarium aims to send payroll directly to prepaid cards. Elizabeth MacBride reports. New Asian platform to fund SME’s Singapore-based FundedHere will finance startups with a $5,000 floor. Patrick John Lim has more. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!