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Category: Merchant Business Tips

September 1, 2014

7 Sales Boosting Tips for Small Businesses

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Sales are the building blocks for business success. But with so many sales programs and systems out there, business owners are bombarded with complex or even contradictory advice. We believe there’s no single “sales system” or “process” that’s the best, because salespeople come in many personality types, and so do buyers. So instead, we present to you a set of guidelines that can help every entrepreneur boost their sales.


August 4, 2014

The Impact of Data Breaches On Customer Loyalty

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New survey reveals that many consumers would never shop or do business again with a company that had experienced a data breach where financial data (credit card information, bank account number, or associated login details) was stolen.


June 11, 2014

How to Protect Your Business From a Data Breach

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The average organizational cost of a data breach is an astonishing $5,400,000 with a $277 average cost per stolen record. Learn how to protect your clients, your business, and your reputation.


April 7, 2014

How Merchant Cash Advances Can Help Your Business

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Whether it’s a situation of slowly climbing out of debt created when business was crawling, adapting to increased operational costs yet lower margins, desperately needing to update/upgrade inventory, or simply not having the volume of business you once had, business owners are finding themselves still in a financial pinch. Here's how they solved it...


March 24, 2014

IRS 6050W: How to Protect Your Business From Backup Withholding

Pay attention…..It’s not spam, it’s not junk mail, its important communication that if ignored could cost you 28% of your gross credit card sales! If you have not heard of “Backup Withholding” or “TIN Mismatch”, this is a must read!


February 21, 2014

The Hassle-Free Way to Accept International Credit Cards

E-commerce and mobile commerce allow companies to sell products and services to international consumers, who generally pay for service via debit or credit cards. But without the proper platform in place, customers and merchants risk payment inconsistencies from foreign exchange rates and surprise processing fees...