Nobody likes to pay credit card processing fees – we get it! It can be tempting to pass the cost of your credit card processing fees on to your customers – but is that a good idea? Let’s take a look at some of the main pros and cons of credit card surcharging.
360 Payments is excited to announce that we have expanded to Oklahoma! In August 2018 we opened the doors to our second office in Tulsa and welcomed three new members to our team. Opening a second, midwestern location is the next step in our vision.
We’re gearing up for a busy fall full of auto trade shows, and we know that many of you are as well. We’ve been doing this whole auto trade show thing for a few years now, and we’ve learned a thing or two along the way. Here are our top tips for a successful show.
Being labeled “high-risk” in the credit card processing industry isn’t the end of the world, but it can mean higher processing rates or a little difficulty finding a processor to work with. Here’s how to tell if you’re a high risk for credit card processing.
Whether you’re just starting out or have been in business for a while, you might find yourself in the position of needing a little extra cash to reach your goals. If you’re on the fence and not sure what exactly you’d use a loan for, here are five ideas to consider.
If your business model is built around the same customers returning month after month (or year after year) to purchase the exact same product or service, you are a great candidate for recurring payments.
Now that there are only four and a half months left of the year, it’s time to take stock of your 2018 marketing plan. Are you on track to achieve your goals? Even if you haven’t done much in the way of marketing this year, there’s still time to capitalize on some trends.
So you had a great idea for a new startup that’s going to change the world – that’s fantastic! There’s a lot to do, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed very quickly. Don’t worry – we’ve broken the whole thing down into five keys to startup success that will help you get up and running quickly.
Everyone loves to talk about data these days – and with good reason. Being data-driven means you make a hypothesis, test it out, analyze the data, and assess what to do differently next time. Here are some ways to start making data part of your everyday life.
No one wants to think about a natural disaster endangering their home or business. You need a plan to ensure that your business is as protected as possible should the weather turn nasty. We’re prepared a natural disaster business checklist to help you get through it.