LevelUp is not alone in the world of mobile payment apps, but they are the first to eliminate processing fees. Now Square, too, has changed their policies. They are now offering lower, monthly fees for small businesses who bring in less than $250,000 per year instead of the usual per-transaction fee. As this movement gains ground, it will be a trend that is good for both small businesses and their customers. So now, customers still get the ease of payment that they want and businesses don’t have to incur the extra costs.
Now that Pinterest has stopped requiring invites, it’s easier than ever to join.
Pinterest is a social sharing site that launched in 2010 and already has an estimated 20M unique visitors per month. It’s now the third most popular social networking site in the U.S, just behind Twitter. Pinterest can be a great tool for small businesses to connect with current customers and attract new ones thanks to engaging images. In a lot of ways, customers do the work for you. If users see a pin and like it, they share it with their friends, who in turn share with their friends, and so on. Not sure how to make it work for your business? Here are 3 things you should know about Pinterest for your business.
It is no secret that dissatisfied customers tend to share their complaints with others. Word-of-mouth has always posed a threat to your brand and reputation, but with roughly 2.27 billion users on the internet, the damage caused by word-of-mouth is in a whole new arena...