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Video creation has gotten so easy that just about anyone can do it. You no longer need professionals. You don’t even need video editing software with the long learning curve and high price tag. All you need is an app and your imagination. There are many reasons to create a video: Web pages that include […]
Every company should have a strict process to follow when an employee leaves the company, no matter what type of termination it is – voluntary or involuntary. Here’s a checklist you can use to compare to your own process so that you can either confirm you’re on the right track or add some ideas to […]
During the past few months, the world, including small and midsize retail businesses, has been pivoting due to the 2020 global pandemic. As owners, managers, teams, and leaders brainstorm to build resources for remote employees and in-store social distancing, I want to take this time to discuss the new features of QuickBooks® Point of Sale v19, Ability Financial Exchange and QuickBooks® Online as you invest in a retail solution that can evolve with the ever-growing needs of your day-to-day operations.
The purpose of marketing is, in part, about creating relationships with customers and prospects. While traditional advertising is a standard way of letting prospects know more about you, it’s not always the most creative way to connect. To spice up your marketing, let’s explore six unusual ways to connect with customers. 1. Celebrate an obscure […]
Ability Business is pleased to announce that Lisa Burnett has been named a 2020 Top 100 ProAdvisor by Insightful Accountant, who is an independent news and information source written specifically for the small business advisor who needs to stay current on the latest news and offerings in accounting technology; including updates from Intuit, Xero, Sage […]
Paying bills is never fun, but paying bills you shouldn’t pay in the first place is even worse. There are many risks that can part a small business owner with their hard-earned cash, and here are five to watch out for when it comes to your bill-paying process. 1. Fraudulent invoices Some companies will send […]
If revenue hasn’t come back as fast as you expected it to, it may be time to review your budget and determine if some planned expenses can be cut. Here are five places to look to do just that. 1. Travel Since most events have been moved online or cancelled altogether, you can likely redirect […]
Many families and small business owners have seen decreases in income over the last several months. Money struggles can cause us to experience stress and worry, and none of us need that right now. Instead we need to boost our immune systems and decrease stress. Here are some tips on how we can take back […]
The only way to get smarter about how to invest your marketing dollars is to document and measure what’s happening now in your business. What you’ve measured, you can then improve. Marketing Spend The first step to measuring what you spend on marketing is to aggregate all of the costs. They may be in one […]