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This is a guest post from Steve Kietz of Reliant Funding.
Having inventory that sells, means helping to ensure your business has capital. Short-term funding is the best way to give your business the purchasing power it needs.
Authorize.Net merchant, The Bromley Group, is an award winning communications agency that specializes in events. Pick up some event management tips and learn about the company from the founder, Karen Bromley!
Leverage Authorize.Net Webhooks with Datatel’s Pay-By-Phone xPress for real-time payment notifications and business process automation.
Finding "me time" is vital if you don't want to burn yourself out or lose the passion you had when you first started your business. Here are some tips to keep your work-life balance.
This is a guest post from The Womply Data Science Team.
We’re roughly 10 years into the golden era of online review sites, and small business owners often stress about their “star rating” and spend lots of time fretting about a bad review online. But how much impact do online reviews actually have on a local business?
This is a guest post from Chase Wiseman and Beka Rice at SkyVerge. SkyVerge is a leading developer for WooCommerce and Shopify plugins and apps, specializing in platform integrations. They’ve built over three dozen integrations for WooCommerce, many of which are payment processing integrations
Small business owner Ngina Shulman of Lotus Media shares how she successfully runs her business preserving families’ memories by digitizing their home videos and photos—and how she expanded beyond the local market using Authorize.Net to accept payments.
Datatel, an Authorize.Net solution provider, spent months compiling and analyzing data with the intent of quantifying how much it costs small and medium-sized businesses to process bill payments over the phone using live staff members.
You’ve probably heard the term “CRM” tossed around, but what does it mean and why is it important for small businesses?