Amanda Abella — January 2, 2018 — January 2, 2018 I was hanging out with a friend who runs their own business when they mentioned how it was taking five days for a client payment to hit their bank account. They were frustrated because they would accept payments immediately but it would take forever for … Continue reading 4 Ways to Improve How You Accept Payments in 2018
Randy Milanovic — March 4, 2017 Follow @kayak360— March 4, 2017 With all the “offers” to guest blog, one has to wonder… does guest blogging have any real value to a writer or a business these days? Does it lead to the good stuff, like generating new opportunities, or is it just a lot of … Continue reading Should I Write or Accept Guest Blogs?
Jessica Thiefels — December 20, 2016 — December 20, 2016 It’s no question. You need great content. Your readers want it, Google demands it, but are you producing enough of it? That’s where guest posting comes in. There are many experts who want to write and you’re missing out on an opportunity to get great … Continue reading Why You Should Accept Guest Authors And How to Manage Them
by Chase JonesOctober 22, 2016 Choosing a payments processor to accept credit cards can be overwhelming, and with good reason: it is the lifeblood of your ecommerce operation. More than one third of consumers hesitate to shop online because of security concerns. The average business loses a disconcerting 5% of revenues to fraud every year, … Continue reading How To Accept Credit Card Payments Online: What Are Your Best Options?
by Irv Shapiro July 28, 2016 Follow @IfbyphoneJuly 28, 2016 You have to prove to your employees that you trust them—and that they can trust you. One of the biggest mistakes you can make as an entrepreneur is thinking you’re the smartest person in the room. I have always tried to surround myself with the … Continue reading Leaders Need to Accept That It’s Okay to Work From Home
Rick GoodmanOctober 11, 2015 I’ve said in the past that one of the greatest gifts a leader can give to team members is the gift of honest feedback. Taking the time to provide a quick word of encouragement or constructive criticism can go a long way toward showing employees that they are noticed and valued; … Continue reading Do You Accept Constructive Feedback?
Jenn ReichenbacherAugust 10, 2015 There are over 28 million small businesses in the U.S. Shockingly, 55% of small businesses, or 15.4 million, still do not accept credit cards. For the majority, the reason is simple – it costs them more money versus cash and check. These fees are typically marginal interchange feeds, but yes, there are … Continue reading The Top 3 Reasons SMBs Should Accept Credit Cards
Aaron HoughtonApril 29, 2015 Here at BoostSuite we accept payment for our paid subscription plans from multiple credit card providers. But all of our customers pay us in US dollars via one of our major credit card issuers: Discover, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. Another currency type – Bitcoin – is gaining popularity and causing … Continue reading Why Accept Bitcoin As A Payment Method For Your Business?
Jordan Hall December 10, 2014 You might have heard of Bitcoin in the news. It’s had a great deal of worldwide media attention in recent weeks. But what exactly is Bitcoin and how can it help your business and e-commerce website? Bitcoin is both a new digital currency and a payment system. It is a … Continue reading Why Accept Bitcoin on Your e-Commerce Website?
Dear Your Business Credit, I will be opening a small cafe in my community soon and am shopping around for a merchant processing account. Should I ask for one that lets me accept credit card numbers from customers by phone for orders to pick up? Are there any security issues I need to worry about … Continue reading Accepting Credit Card Orders by Phone: a New-Business Owner’s Guide