Monthly Archives: February 2012

Take Action Against the Dreaded Beast Chargeback

Odds are, if you’re a web developer with little exposure to the credit card industry, you might not be aware of what those in the know are: that chargebacks are the work of demonic forces conspiring against the forces of … Continue reading

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Tips for Helping Your Clients Pick the Best Accounting Software

If you’ve been doing your job well, your clients have come to rely on you not only for your expertise as a web developer but also for your keen insight into smart business practices. So why stop there? It’s known … Continue reading

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The Art of Asking Questions

It’s important for you to convey to your clients that when they hired you as a web developer, they got a lot more than they were expecting. In a good way, of course—nobody should ever want to be the devil … Continue reading

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Tips for Helping Your Clients Pick the Best Accounting Software

If you’ve been doing your job well, your clients have come to rely on you not only for your expertise as a web developer but also for your keen insight into smart business practices. So why stop there? It’s known … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why Your Clients Shouldn’t Use PayPal with the iPhone Credit Card Terminal

The iPhone mobile credit card terminal works best when your clients use Authorize.net as their established payment gateway, but it can be reconfigured to be used with PayPal. Naturally, you’ll want to encourage your clients to enroll in the Authorize.net … Continue reading

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Giving Your Clients the Tools They Need: Generating Reports

Not everyone can run a business well. But just about anyone could drive a business into the ground, given the inclination, lack of know-how, and the freedom to do so. As a web developer serving a multitude of online businesses … Continue reading

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Taking Extreme Measures – Is Deception Going too Far?

It’s the responsibility of online merchant account holders to safeguard their customers’ credit card information, as it is their responsibility to ensure that all purchases being made are legitimate. As a web developer, it’s incumbent upon you to make sure … Continue reading

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