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3 Things You Need to Know for Your Small Business Today

3 Things You Need to Know for Your Small Business Today

Paypal wants retailers to give up their registers -  Paypal will give you free service until the end of the year.  Be wary of these set ups.  It is advisable to get non proprietary systems than proprietary ones.  

Are credit cards the thing of the past?  -  The credit card companies are rolling out the last credit card terminals with integrated NFC, near field communication.  This means your smart phone will replace the plastic card.  This terminals are available now.  The future is here. 

What happened to all those neat kickstarter projects after the campaign is over?  -  These guys have opened an ...


3 Things You Need to Know for Your Small Business Today

3 Things You Need to Know for Your Small Business Today

How to upsell your customers - Restaurants are particular good at this.  I still don't understand restaurants that don't offer appetizers and desserts.    But you can increase your revenues by seeming to offer so much more for just a little increase in price. 

Barbara Corcoran on Risk Taking, Failure, and How to get back up - Barbara Corcoran is from Shark Tank Fame.  She made her money in real estate.   This is a great video about how she grew her company.  I'll give you the cliff notes.  She continued to expand.  She never accepted, it's never a good ...


3 Things You Need to Know for Your Small Business Today

3 Things You Need to Know for Your Small Business Today

Keep your clients happy to maximize your profits - kind of obvious don't you think.  The author offers insights.  Customers are fickle, capricious.  they are constantly being bombarded.  It is not always easy to keep them happy.  Communication is one key.

The new trend in advertising is taking on your competitors.  Direct aim is the key.  No hold bars.  Show your audience what a bunch of fat, slimy slobs your competition is.   

What converts better: a free trial or a 30 day guarantee?   I've always wondered about this.  I think a free 30 day trial. That's the best ...


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