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Mobile Credit Card Processing: Fees and Pricing Explained
By Elizabeth Peterson | May 07, 2014

Mobile payment processing can be complex. Here's a simple guide for understanding the costs associated with mobile credit card processing.

How to Choose a Business Email Service
By Brett Nuckles | May 02, 2014

Not all email platforms are created equal.

5 Steps to an Effective Instagram Strategy
By Nicole Fallon | April 30, 2014

Instagram can be a great way to drive sales and customer engagement with your brand. Here's how to do it.

Salesforce Small Business CRM: Top 3 Business Features
By Sara Angeles | April 29, 2014

Salesforce Small Business CRM makes it easy to manage contacts and keep track of sales processes.

7 Email Apps for iOS
By Brett Nuckles | April 25, 2014

Managing your email inbox is a key part of running your small business.

E-Commerce Stores Have Competitive Edge When They Don't Collect Sales Tax
By Chad Brooks | April 25, 2014

Evidence from investors, analysts and consumers themselves reveals that online stores have a competitive edge when they don’t have to collect sales tax from shoppers

VoIP vs. PSTN: Which Phone System Is Right for Your Business?
By Sara Angeles | April 23, 2014

Pros and cons of VoIP and landline business phone systems.

What is Quora?
By Chad Brooks | April 23, 2014

Quora is an online site where people can post questions and get advice from others in their industry.

What is Klout?
By Chad Brooks | April 22, 2014

Klout is an online service that gives users the ability to both measure their online influence and increase it.

How to Become a Security Analyst
By Ed Tittel | April 22, 2014

Security is so important to meeting business goals and complying with mandated protections for confidentiality, security analysts are involved in all stages of IT development.

Top 5 Windows Phones for Business
By Brett Nuckles | April 19, 2014

Android and iPhone aren't your only options.

S Corporation vs. LLC: Which is Best for You?
By Chad Brooks | April 18, 2014

Figuring out how to structure your company will be one of the most important decisions you make. Here's the difference between the two.

How Talking to My Smartphone Made Me More Productive
By Brett Nuckles | April 18, 2014

Talking can help you spend less time tapping your smartphone and more time working.

Google Calendar: 8 Hidden Tips & Tricks
By Brett Nuckles | April 15, 2014

But Google Calendar is much more than a digital version of your desktop calendar.

How to Use CRM for Your Small Business
By Sara Angeles | April 14, 2014

Customer relationship management software helps small businesses create happier, more loyal customers.

The 10 Non-Tech Skills Employers Are Looking for Most
By Chad Brooks | April 11, 2014

Technical skills aren't the only things employers are looking for in new hires.

Need a Credit Card Machine? Here's How and Where to Buy One
By Elizabeth Peterson | April 10, 2014

If you want to accept credit cards, you're going to need a credit card machine. Figuring out which one is right for you gets a little complicated.

The Best Accounting Software
By Sara Angeles | April 08, 2014

Before you start running a business, you'll need an accounting software to keep track of your nickels and dimes.

The Best Background Check Services
By Chad Brooks | April 07, 2014

Where to go before you make a big hiring mistake.

6 Spreadsheet apps for iOS
By Brett Nuckles | April 05, 2014

A good spreadsheet app is vital for managing profits, earnings, expenses, inventory and a lot more.

Employee Background Checks: What's Legal, What's Not
By Chad Brooks | April 02, 2014

If you're trying to find out more about a job candidate before you hire, make sure you know what's legal and what's not.

Avoiding Call Center Disasters (Before They Happen)
By Sara Angeles | April 02, 2014

Call center customer service disasters happen every day. Here's how to stop them.

Marketing Realism for 2014: Don't Let a Good Plan Sit on the Shelf (Op-Ed)
By Business News Daily Editor | April 01, 2014

Plan your marketing for the year ahead, though remember to keep your goals realistic.

What is Conjoint Analysis?
By Chad Brooks | April 01, 2014

Conjoint analysis is a marketing research technique that helps businesses measure what their consumers value most about their products and services.

5 Business Presentation Apps for iOS
By Brett Nuckles | March 29, 2014

You don’t have to be chained to the office to give a presentation anymore.

What Is a Decision Tree?
By Chad Brooks | March 28, 2014

Decision trees are flowchart graphs or diagrams that help explore all of the decision alternatives and their possible outcomes.

8 Reasons to Outsource Your Payroll
By Chad Brooks | March 27, 2014

Entrepreneurs tell us why they outsource their payroll.

Factoring Offers Financing Alternative for Small Businesses
By Sara Angeles | March 25, 2014

Factoring lets businesses raise capital by selling their accounts receivable. Here's how it works.

Phone Options: Landline vs. Cellphone vs. VoIP
By Jeanette Mulvey | March 21, 2014

Choosing a small business phone system can be a huge decision. Here are the pros and cons of landlines, mobile and VoIP phone systems.

8 Things to Consider When Taking Your Office Paperless
By Business News Daily Editor | March 19, 2014

It can improve productivity and profitability.