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7 Digital Payment Options Perfect for a Small Business

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Nearly 70% of U.S. consumers have chosen credit cards as a payment method in the past six months.  Your customers want to be able to choose for themselves how they pay for your products and services.  You cannot use the excuse that you’re only a small business. You could be losing business already because you […]

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The 5 Ways You Can Make or Receive B2B Payments

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Did you know that the majority of B2B purchase decisions are now made online? That’s right — and it means you might need to rethink your strategy for making and receiving B2B payments. If most of your purchase decisions are made online, it makes sense to have payment options that also work well online. You […]

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5 Signs You Need a New Merchant Services Provider

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These days, it’s essential for a business to accept credit cards. After all, 50 percent of Americans only carry cash about half of the time they’re out. And, 46 percent say they use cash only eight days out of the month. If your business can’t accept credit cards, you’re missing out on a lot of […]

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Starting an Online Business that Accepts Credit Cards: Building Effective Teams (Part 4 of 6)

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Starting an online business requires building an effective team. Building effective teams is the secret of success when it comes to creating a small and thriving business. Too many individuals start building a business solo, and they end up finding out the hard way that comprehensive strategic partnership is how an online business becomes successful.

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Starting an Online Business That Accepts Credit Cards: Operational Planning (Part 3 of 6)

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Starting an online business where you can accept credit cards from your customers requires planning – specifically operational planning. Too many companies try to rely on strategies to carry them through their business cycles. In reality, strategies are not specific as operational planning. For example, a strategy might be that you are going to organize […]

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