Did you know that while more than 70 percent of brands have a strategy for social media, only a third of them test their content? A report by the Association of National Advertisers shows that many businesses are neglecting to test the content they put out on social media. Those that do use social media […]
It sounds simple: increase sales at your small business using social media like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Social media means that businesses have more tools than ever to market their business. To get the best results, though, you need to use certain skills. And you need to be persistent. It starts by figuring out where […]
Social business means a company has a social objective instead of a financial objective. For example, Divine Chocolate is nearly half owned by farmers and utilizes fair trade practices. Many companies swear by social business as the way for their company to flourish in today’s landscape. But many others encounter obstacles to making social business […]
How should a small business owner separate personal life and work in social media? Do you have to be using all types of social media as a “person” in order to market your business online? Let’s look at four primary platforms for marketing small businesses: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. Facebook To market your small […]
What is good business etiquette when using smartphones, Facebook and emails? Business etiquette is more important now than ever. In an increasingly competitive market, your relationships with colleagues, customers and other companies can easily make or break the business. And with the constant onslaught of new technology comes new rules for proper behavior on your […]
Technological and social changes have revolutionized marketing. The changes are coming so quickly that it is difficult for business owners to tie all their marketing together. How do you make your website, email, social media and retail outlet all work together? Here are three “back to basics” tips for tying your marketing together in a […]
Promoting your business on Pinterest can be a great way to draw in new clients. Pinterest is primarily a visual social media site, so it is important to select images for your Pinterest boards that appeal to your market or highlight what your company has to offer. After creating a Pinterest account for your business, […]
Businesses that want to take advantage of Twitter need to know how users are accessing their tweets and how often this is occurring. Approximately 120 million users access Twitter from their mobile phones every month, stated Guy Yalif, head of global product marketing at Twitter. Twitter’s roots began with text messaging, hence the 140 character […]
Instagram is the clever merger of photo-sharing and social media technologies. Instagram.com is an essential component of many small business’s marketing strategy. If you are not using it yet, here are some ideas to keep in mind as you get started. If you are an Instagram business user, look here for a few tips that […]
Pinterest just became more business-friendly by allowing businesses to create their own accounts. Until now, this online pinboard of pictures has been for individual accounts only. The social media service now include business tools like Follow and Pin It buttons, and Pinterest widgets. This makes Pinterest an increasingly viable social media marketing tool for businesses […]
What Clients Are Saying
AHC-Payments.com was an easy choice for our business. They are helpful, very responsive and provided us with great pricing. We would and have recommended them for any business’s CC and ACH needs.
The best part about ACH Payments is how much time and energy it saves me each month. The ability to schedule monthly automatic electronic payments is definitely a sanity-saver. Loveland Academy of Music
Customer billing can be one of the most time consuming, energy draining tasks a business has to perform. Since integrating the ACH Payments solutions into our software, we have been able to automate a time and labor sensitive process.
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We've been doing our ACH and credit card processing with ACH Payments for years. The thing I like best about the payment processing is that it’s all automated. You send a batch of ACH and credit cards and you get a file back that automatically posts all of the approved transactions directly to the customer’s account. Look ma, no hands! This is the best thing since sliced bread for the security industry as far as automating your back office goes.
At Security Networks, we use automation wherever possible to accurately and cost effectively run our business. Using ACH Payments within our software enables complete automation of the payment process. Reconciliation is made easy and payment exceptions are handled as well. If you want to devote your time and energies to growing your business, you should use them as well.