Getting Started

Just starting out? Here are some things that you’ll need to think about before you open your doors.

A website, email addresses, and a merchant processing account.

Websites are no longer value add-ons. They are the bare minimum for a business. Your customers want to know how they can get in touch, where they can find you, what your prices are, what you can do for them and much more. Your competition has that information on their website – do you?

If you don’t take your business seriously enough to pay for an email address with your business (, why should your customers? If your “business” email ends in or, you’re missing a valuable opportunity to reinforce your branding, and you’re giving customers the wrong impression.

A merchant processing account allows you to take credit card or debit card payments. Depending on the service you sign up for, it can also allow you take payment online, over the phone or at a remote location. It’s hard enough making yourself stand out amongst your competition. It’s hard enough to make a sale. You don’t want to make it hard for them to pay you.

Taking your Business to the Next Level

Whether you’re looking to expand, improve or dominate, you’ll want to start here!

Promote your business, engage with your customers and reduce your overhead.

Every day, people are looking for the exact service or product you provide. Do they know you exist? Do they know provide that service? You can place ads on Facebook, Google, Instagram to get in front of the people who are the most likely to want to do business with you. You should also optimize your website, so that search engines are able to understand the type of business you do.

Existing customers are more likely to come back to do business with you again – if you stay on their mind. Social media and email are two extremely powerful ways to keep in touch with people who have already shown that they want to spend money with you.

Workflow optimization can help you to eliminate the waste that has bogged down your business for too long. That can be physical waste (how much do you spend on paper each year??) or wasted time (how much time do you spend repeating any given task?). Both can add up over time, and both are costing you money! Let’s minimize those wasted resources and improve your bottom-line.