Small Biz Stripe Tips
Stripe Tips and Advice for Small Businesses
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While accepting payment for your products or services is pretty much your most important business task, that doesn’t mean it should take the most time! You want the process to be as quick and professional as possible. So if typing in credit card numbers is taking up too much of your time, try using your phone’s camera to scan credit cards instead.
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When you’re running a small business, it can feel like there are a million decisions to make, all the time. One of the most important ones is how you’ll get paid for your products or services. While an all-cash business sounds simple and appealing, a lot of your potential customers don’t carry cash, and they expect to be able to pay by credit card. So, it’s a good business decision to accept credit cards, but what system should you use to do it?
In today’s app-filled world you have a lot of options to help you accept credit card payments at your small business. But how do you know which one is the the most affordable, fastest to set up, and most secure? And most importantly, which is best for your specific business needs? With so many choices, it can be hard to dig through all the details.
In this post, we’ll give you a comparison of two popular credit card payment options for businesses: Square vs. Stripe.
We’re excited to announce that ChargeStripe has joined the Stripe Verified Partner program for mobile payments. While ChargeStripe has always used Stripe exclusively as a payment gateway to help businesses and freelancers accept mobile credit card payments, becoming a Verified Partner means that Stripe has certified that our connection is secure and our integration is stable.read more…
Small businesses have a lot of options when it comes to selling products, services, or subscriptions and accepting payments from their customers. In fact, there are so many out there that it can be hard to figure out which one will work best for your small business.
In this post we’ll give you an overview of two popular systems for small businesses to process payments: PayPal vs. Stripe.
These days it doesn’t matter what or where you sell. You need to accept credit cards or you may be delaying payments and losing out on sales.
The good news is that accepting mobile credit card payments on Stripe is super easy with ChargeStripe, whether you’re selling flowers at farmers’ markets or running a local handyman service.read more…