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How Online Payments are Transforming Small Business

May 26, 2013

In 2002, PayPal changed the small business landscape by allowing small businesses to make online transactions independent of markets like eBay and Amazon; but until recently, their near-monopoly kept service expensive and buggy. With half a dozen challengers finally breaking out in the last few years, small businesses have seen online payments get cheaper, more […]

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A Quick Guide to Latest Invoicing With 2.0 Web Style

December 2, 2011

Being old school when it comes to invoicing is like overlooking the benefits of online invoicing system. Being hooked to that traditional method of invoicing and generating invoices via word or excel is now fast becoming obsolete. The importance of online invoicing cannot be denied whether it is an individual business owner or a freelancer. […]

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Win a year’s salary of £40,000 [PayPal]

November 4, 2010

What to do if I win £40,000? Of course, buy things I would love to have that I thought I can never buy without sacrificing many other things! The first thing I would do is to plan a nice holiday trip for my family, renovate our home, donate some to charitable foundations and to the […]

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Warning against freelance writer Pranav Jain ([email protected]) [UPDATED – Oct. 4th]

September 12, 2010

UPDATE – OCTOBER 4TH: Pranav Jain has done the right thing and issued a full refund. The lesson to be learned here is to not pay upfront for content unless you know the writer – and be sure to run the text through copyscape.com or similar to make sure it’s not copied from elsewhere. I […]

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How To Use Twitter To Get Through To Customer Support In A Jiffy

October 9, 2009

I have an online bank account with NetEller that I use for online stuff, much like PayPal etc., except that NetEller also offers you a prepaid MasterCard to use all over the world and in shops. Which is great! But today I found out they had disabled my account (again!) to “protect my personal information”. […]

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