"Transition Your Mind - From Dependant Employee to Self-Sufficient Entrepreneur"

Written by Dave Hertner

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The last phase of development isrepparttar 117595 most gratifying. This is when your mind re-learns to open up. When you were a child, your mind was wide open to new things. That is how children can absorb so much so fast. Successful people, as compared to lucky ones are those that keep their minds open to opportunities. They are also emotionally ready to capitalize upon those opportunities.

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A Quick Guide to Third-Party Credit Card Processors

Written by Angela Wu

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* How much isrepparttar 117592 reserve? A 'reserve' isrepparttar 117593 amount held back from each pay check as a "slush fund" against future refunds, returns, or chargebacks. What percentage do they hold as a reserve, and for how long? It's commonly 10%, 10%, held for 6 months before being released back to you.

* Pay frequency. Most pay either every two weeks, or once a month.

* Reliability. Talk to others who have usedrepparttar 117594 service to see if they've had any problems. If your order processor is 'down', your customers can't buy!

* Restrictions and limitations. For example, is there a minimum monthly sales quota you must reach? Is there a maximum product price you can set? Doesrepparttar 117595 company restrict whatrepparttar 117596 type of content you can sell? Do they handle only tangible or intangible products?

* Customer service. Doesrepparttar 117597 company respond promptly and helpfully when you contact them?

* 'Extras'. For example, are there reporting or tracking capabilities? Free use of a shopping cart?

Finally, here's a short reference list of several third- party processing companies:

* Clickbank, http://clickbank.com/ * GloBill, http://globill.com/ * Digibuy, http://digibuy.com/ * Revecom, http://revecom.com/ * iBill, http://ibill.com/ * 2Checkout.com, http://2checkout.com/ * Verotel, http://verotel.com/ * CCNow, http://ccnow.com/

As you can see, there are many options, so don't let a tight budget prevent you from taking orders online! Third- party processors are both convenient and affordable -- even for startup businesses.


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