How to Choose a Call Center for Your Business

Posted on: 26 March 2015

In order to have a successful business, you need to have a way to spread the word about your business, and you need to have a way to process any order that comes in. One way to handle this is to operate a call center. You can set up your own call center as part of your business, but there are other options that will allow you to have all of the functionality of a call center without the money and space required to set up your own call center. [Read More]

Ladies: Going To A Springtime Wedding? Here's How To Look Thinner

Posted on: 6 March 2015

After a long, cold winter, you might be feeling less than your best when it comes to putting on sundresses and other summer clothing. Although you might have thought that you had time to get ready, you could have been invited to a springtime wedding that will require you to look your best. After packing on a few extra pounds from the holidays and from indulging in your favorite comfort foods all winter, this might seem like a challenge. [Read More]

Why You Should Camouflauge Items In Your Self Storage Unit

Posted on: 26 February 2015

If you are in the process of moving your belongings into a self storage unit for temporary storage, then you are probably worried about the possibility of theft. While storage unit theft does happen, you should be reassured by knowing that most storage facilities take a lot of care to do everything they can to keep thieves from gaining access to your property. In addition, there are some very basic " [Read More]

Best Ways To Reduce Credit Card Processing Fees For Your Small Business

Posted on: 18 February 2015

Many small businesses struggle with the decision to accept credit cards. While credit card processing services do cost money, businesses that can't process credit cards risk losing customers to their competition. Fortunately, there are ways for small businesses to pay lower credit card processing fees, making credit cards a more affordable option. Swipe, Don't Key In Swiping cards can reduce risk of fraud, so fees are higher for cards that are keyed in. [Read More]