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Choosing the Best Merchant Account

Posted on 9 April, 2015 by Joseph Ellington | Reply

A merchant account is perhaps the most crucial tool that a small business will ever have. A merchant account allows the business to accept plastic forms of payment such as credit and debit cards. Plastic payment is the preferred method of most consumers, according to studies conducted by organizations such as Bankrate and Millions […]

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Competing with Other Businesses in a Competitive World

Posted on 27 March, 2015 by Joseph Ellington | Reply

A small business must fight to survive in such a competitive world. First, the business must offer a product that differs from all other products in the vicinity. The business must implement an advertising plan that gets the word out to as many people as possible. Finally, a business must be highly accommodating to its […]

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Why All Businesses Need a Merchant Account

Posted on 23 February, 2015 by Joseph Ellington | Reply

Today, the majority of consumers use credit cards and debit cards to pay for their purchases and far fewer people use cash to buy goods and services. Because of these evolving economic practices, businesses that have merchant accounts set up can avoid losing out on sales. How a Merchant Account Works A merchant account is […]

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Merchant Accounts for Small Businesses

Posted on 28 January, 2015 by Joseph Ellington | Reply

The profitability of a business hinges on many things. The first order of business is for it to produce income. Merchant accounts enable small businesses to accept debit and credit cards for sales transactions. Businesses that do not use merchant accounts and electronic payment gateways to accept payment are missing the boat. However, there are […]

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Small Businesses, Fees, and the Popularity of Merchant Accounts

Posted on 8 January, 2015 by Joseph Ellington | Reply

It’s 2015, and these days, most consumers use credit and debit cards more than cash. However, small businesses often do not accept these payment options. Such businesses often miss out on a lot of potential profits because of this. One research firm reported that more than half of point of sales (POS) transactions usually occur […]

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Do You Accept Credit Cards?

Posted on 30 December, 2014 by Joseph Ellington | Reply

Many small businesses, due to the expense of doing business in the past with electronic sales processing, i.e.: debit/credit cards, decided not to use small merchant business accounts to accept credit and debit cards. Other businesses never began using this type of business service to begin with. Times have changed, and small businesses have found […]

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