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How to Grow Your Business Using Your Website

By | June 28th, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

You did the research and knew you needed to create a website for your small business. You used a drag and drop site builder and created an online presence that looks pretty good. If you are like many other small business owners, you may be poised to make the mistake of thinking that creating a website [...]

Announcing our New Partnership with Paysafe!

By | June 20th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Big news today as Paysafe announces same-day settlement partnership with Company.com and Ingo money. The product, which will be available to over 250,000 small to mid-size businesses, enables merchants much faster access to their money, solving a big problem for small businesses: cash flow. Read all about it here. More information on our Same Day Settlement [...]

How to Develop a Zero Gossip Culture (and Policy)

By | June 9th, 2018|Categories: Small Business|

Have you ever gone to work in a good mood, only to have a conversation with someone in a bad mood? Chances are, you found your own mood deflated. Attitudes are as contagious as the flu, and a few bad apples in your office can quickly bring down the culture of your entire company. It's not [...]

Can You Have a Business Without a Website?

By | May 25th, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

One question that many new small business owners consider is this: can I open up my doors without first establishing a presence on the Internet? In other words, if I don't have a website am I destined to fail? This bit of negative thinking can sometimes hold entrepreneurs from selling their products or offering their services [...]

What’s the Difference Between Organic and Paid Traffic, and Which Is More Important

By | May 14th, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

As a small business owner with a website, it's not enough to create it and sit back. You've got to make your website work for you. To do that, you've got to understand the difference between paid and organic traffic and what each means to your small business website.   Paid Versus Organic Paid traffic can [...]

How to Find the Best Point of Sale System for Your Small Business

By | May 2nd, 2018|Categories: Accounting|

One of the most frequent questions we get from small business owners is this: How do I know I need a point of sale (POS) system? The answer we give is always a simple one. If you are are ready to or already are accepting credit and debit card payments, you need a POS. Tracking every [...]

How to Develop a Zero Gossip Culture (and Policy)

By | April 25th, 2018|Categories: Human Resources|Tags: |

Have you ever gone to work in a good mood, only to have a conversation with someone in a bad mood? Chances are, you found your own mood deflated. Attitudes are as contagious as the flu, and a few bad apples in your office can quickly bring down the culture of your entire company. It's not [...]

5 Must-Have Pages for Every Small Business Website

By | April 6th, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

Whether you’re running a house cleaning business, an accounting practice or a even a fireworks stand, there are some pages that every small business website truly has to have. While some of it comes down to providing the info your customer needs, there are sometimes other reasons for these “gotta have ‘em” pages as well. Let’s [...]

Why Your Brand Story Could Be Holding You Back

By | April 4th, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

What's your story? We aren't asking you about your personal narrative, rather your business one. If you don't know what we're asking you, it's time you do a bit of research. Storytelling is big in business and it's what could put you over the edge when it comes to your competition. Take a moment to Google [...]

The Best Website Hosting Companies for Small Businesses

By | April 2nd, 2018|Categories: Marketing|Tags: |

As a small business owner, you need a website. It really is that simple. The days are gone when you could just hand out business cards and flyers and hope to get the word out about your company and the services you offer. Chances are that you have heard of at least one web hosting service, [...]