Best Business Credit Cards

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Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. A business credit card is much more than just a convenient payment method; it’s a way for you to earn rewards and benefits for your company. The best business credit cards offer features like purchase protection, membership rewards, travel insurance, and some even pay you cash. Your next big purchase could result in a free flight, a free night in a hotel, or even a few hundred dollars back into your pocket. You can’t get these types of benefits if you’re using checks or ACH transfers for business purchases—credit cards are the only way to access these perks. But all business credit cards are not created equally. Navigating the waters and trying to find the best option for your business can be tough, especially with hundreds of choices to …

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Google My Business: FAQ for Multiple Businesses at the Same Address

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Posted by MiriamEllis How should I get listed in Google My Business if I’ve got multiple businesses at the same address? How many listings am I eligible for if I’m legitimately running more than one business at my location? What determines eligibility, and what penalties might I incur if I make a mistake? How should I name my businesses at the same address? The FAQs surrounding this single, big topic fill local SEO forums across the web, year after year. The guidelines for representing your business on Google contain most of the answers you’re seeking about co-located businesses, but sometimes they can err on the side of too little detail, leading to confusion. Today, Iet's quickly tackle the commonest FAQs that local business owners and marketers raise related to this scenario, and if you have further questions, please ask in the comments! Q: I have more than one business at …

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Contact Us Page Tips: Move From Blah to Yeah!

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A visitor hits your website and wants to talk to you. What does that person start searching for? Your Contact Us page. It’s a page on your site that pushes visitors from browser to buyer. Contact Us pages are among the most underutilized and misunderstood resources on the web today. Some companies don’t use them at all, and those that do have them often push these critical pages to the back burner during website revision projects. That stops today. I’ll share a step-by-step plan you can follow to strategize and revise this lowly web page. And I’ll use plenty of examples to spark your creativity. Let’s get started. What Is a Contact Us Page? Think of a Contact Us page as a sort of digital business card. Sure, it’s short and concise. But if someone wants to reach out to you, they’ll use this page to do so. Contact Us …

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IRS stimulus check: Your last chance to claim one and what happens after the deadline

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3 p.m. ET Saturday is the final deadline to submit your info in order to receive your outstanding stimulus payment. Many Americans received their Economic Impact Payment (aka stimulus check) earlier this year—so far, about 160 million of them. However, there are still plenty of Americans that have yet to do so. One big reason for that is those Americans are likely to be ones that are not required to file a tax return—and thus the Internal Revenue Service does not have updated address or bank account info to send them their stimulus funds. Read Full Story

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Credit card companies are tracking shoppers like never before: Inside the next phase of surveillance capitalism

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In the battle between data brokers and privacy advocates, the latest front is the credit card. On Privacy.com, shrouding your online shopping habits sounds easy: Enter your debit or bank account information, and the website generates a virtual debit card. This so-called burner card acts as a buyer by proxy, keeping your name and billing address out of view. Simply type its number, expiration date, and CVV code into any e-commerce site, hit purchase, and Privacy takes over. The service charges your actual card, adds those funds to the burner one, and uses the new card to do the actual shopping. Read Full Story

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Economic Impact Payment Cards: What to know if you were expecting a paper stimulus check

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Surprise. It won’t be an economic stimulus check for millions of people. It will be a card. For those still awaiting a paper stimulus check, it’s probably not coming. The Treasury Department announced on Monday that the long-awaited economic stimulus checks will instead appear as prepaid debit cards called Economic Impact Payment Cards, or EIP cards. The cards will begin appearing in mailboxes this week for some four million taxpayers who didn’t have direct deposit information on file with the IRS. Read Full Story

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How to Make Money Blogging

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Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. Is it actually possible to make a living out of blogging? Or is it just a myth? Here’s the good news: You CAN make money from blogging. You just have to do it right. Take my blog as an example. Blogging played a crucial role in my success. But reaching this point did have its fair share of obstacles, mistakes, and lessons. Currently, my revenue is $381,772 for 30 days. Now, that’s a LOT of money, especially for a blog. But how am I able to pull this off? I was completely dedicated and put in tons of hard work to create useful and detailed content and use relevant images to provide accurate and thorough information to my readers. This helped me become an authoritative figure and thought leader …

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How to Create an Ecommerce Website

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Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. The future of ecommerce shines brighter than ever. E-retail sales account for 14.1% of all retail sales across the world. Statista has predicted that the above figure will grow and reach 22% in 2023 . Despite global economic uncertainty, ecommerce continues to thrive and grow at a steady rate. The U.S is the second largest ecommerce market in the world, with $586.9 billion . See what I mean? And like how every shiny thing isn’t gold, starting a thriving ecommerce business isn’t easy. There’s so much that goes into creating an ecommerce website. The first place to start your online business journey is to select the best ecommerce website builder—one that’s efficient and affordable. This does sound daunting, but it really isn’t. Read on as I teach you how …

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This Stripe-backed startup wants to bring one-click checkout to the rest of the web

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Fast is partnering with vendors to let you skip filling out your credit card information each time you want to buy something online. Like many people during the pandemic, I have been trying to order less from Amazon, instead getting my books from independent bookstores and ordering supplies from smaller sites. The main downside? Filling out my address, phone number, and credit card details every time I buy from a new site. Read Full Story

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