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Four Social Media Tips for B2B Companies
social media, Stella Fayman, Women In Business
Four Social Media Tips for B2B Companies
5 May 2011

Many B2B companies have questioned the value of social media, and until recently, there’s been little evidence to prove its efficacy. In our field (credit card processing) the twittosphere is filled with spammy tweets from robots (tweetbots). We do not compete with this strategy and on the contrary, do the exact opposite. Read more…

    What Cracking My Evo Smartphone Taught Me
    Stella Fayman,Women In Business
    What Cracking My Evo Smartphone Taught Me
    19 January 2011

    Agonizing… For months (and I mean months) I was mired in consumer tech review websites and biting my nails over the next big cell phone decision. For those of you rolling your eyes at me… Read more…

      Kick Holiday Fraud To The Curb
      eCommerce, Stella Fayman, Women In Business
      Kick Holiday Fraud To The Curb
      9 December 2010

      Holidays should be a time of cheer and good sales, not headaches due to return fraud.   As a retailer (or etailer), watch out this season for fraudsters taking advantage of frazzled business owners with these tips. Be Wary. Read more…

        Finding The Differentiating Factor For Your Business
        Customer Service, eCommerce, Stella Fayman
        Finding The Differentiating Factor For Your Business
        18 November 2010

        In the credit card processing industry, customer service is absolutely nonexistent. It’s hard to believe that this is the case, especially in our experience-driven economy, but somehow the industry has thrived without paying attention to the business owners who make up 90% of their revenue. 1. Read more…

          What’s All The Buzz About Square?
          eCommerce, Stella Fayman, Women In Business
          What's All The Buzz About Square?
          19 August 2010

          If you haven’t heard all the buzz about Square in the last year or so, a new tool for accepting payments will soon be available for business owners to use. Square lets business owners use their iPhones and iPads as credit card terminals, giving them a little plastic attachment allowing for cards to be swiped. With a slew of cool features such as emailed receipts, photo recognition, and signing on screen (image: Florian Seroussi, Creative Commons), Square is definitely the slick new kid on the payments block. Read more…

            Got E-commerce? How To Accept Payments
            eCommerce, Stella Fayman, Women In Business
            Got E-commerce? How To Accept Payments
            12 July 2010

            You’ve got your ecommerce website almost ready to go selling software, jewelry, or whatever it is you’re passionate about. There’s just one thing standing in the way between you and the customers out there eagerly awaiting your launch: a way to accept payments. Unfortunately, accepting payments can be an arduous and confusing process but I’ll try to elucidate the topic by breaking it down through a series of articles here on Women Grow Business. Read more…

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