Our friend Denis O’Berry, a Small Business Expert with over 20 years of experience, provides helpful solutions for small business owners. From ways to build customer trust in your business to building leads online, she’s a go-to resource for many small business owners. Since we’ve been on a guest blogging kick lately, she has provided us with the three following videos that address one of your business’s most important needs, its cash flow.
Denise discusses a unique approach in the first video touching on why it’s important to accept credit cards at your small business. As she states in the video, credit cards can truly add to your bottom line. In the second video, she provides a useful tip on how you can get your clients to pay their bills on time, which will ultimately help your cash flow. And in the final video, she points out a couple of red flags in regard to leaking cash in your business that you should watch out. Enjoy!
3 Reasons Why You Should Accept Credit Cards in your Small Business:
How to Get Clients to Pay Their Bills and Improve your Cash Flow:
How to Fix Leaking Cash Flow Before it Kills your Small Business:
A little bit about Denise O’Berry — for over twenty years, Denise worked for a large Fortune 500 company helping company leaders, departments and teams create and put their plans into action to make change happen. In 2004, she started her blog entitled Just for Small Business and was picked up to write a book. Now, she provides helpful tips to small business owners through video blogging, news articles and more. We’d like to thank Denise for allowing us to share her wisdom and videos on the Integrity blog. To learn more about Denise O’Berry, you can visit her website here.
If you’re interested in working with our team at Integrity Payment Systems (especially if you’re now considering taking credit cards and you didn’t before!), give us a call at 866-988-4882 or send us a message. We’d also like to invite you to submit your credit card statement for a free analysis. We’ll review it and see if you’e being charged correctly by your current processor. No matter the outcome, we’ll provide the answer for you even if you decide to business with us or not. It’s a win-win!