Business checking accounts have a tendency to charge monthly or signup fees, require tedious application processes, and upsell you on outdated business tools. So, what can you do to ensure you find a simple, no fee account to manage your business expenses, revenues, and overall cashflow? One solution is to look at the Novo business checking account, which is known for its beautiful mobile interface and fee-less structure. In this Novo review, we figure out how Novo works as a business checking account, as well as how it differs from all the other business checking accounts on the market.
Mobile banking and transferring money online have never been more convenient. Two popular online banking and international money transfer services are Wise and Monzo. Both offer a range of services customers can use via their mobile apps.
Wise is essentially an online account that enables you to send money overseas and get paid in different currencies. You can also use the Wise card to spend abroad. In contrast, Monzo is a fully-fledged digital bank.
However, how do you choose between the two?
Below we’ll look at their prices and features to help you answer that question. There's lots to cover, so let’s make a start.
As of 2022, 60% of all global business data is stored via the cloud. This isn't surprising, considering the cloud offers flexibility and agility for those looking to expand their resources. As such, cloud computing is essential for businesses and individuals looking for seamless connectivity to manage their documents.
So, today we're looking at Multcloud as a potential stop for cloud computing.
Multcloud is a cloud-based software that provides instant access to all your cloud repositories from one centralized location. As we'll discuss, it offers a wealth of features that give it a competitive edge over other cloud-based services.
It's no exaggeration to say that SaaS or ‘software as a service', has become an everyday essential for doing business. From sales and marketing to accounting and finance, it’s hard not to join the SaaS bandwagon.
With the incredible growth of these platforms, there's an increasing need for businesses to adopt these technologies. Yet little is mentioned about how teams can learn and implement this software to work best for their business.
From Birchbox to Dollar Shave Club, and Kiwi Crate to Netflix, we seem to live in a world of subscriptions, whether it be for software, movies, clothing, food, or whatever else you don't mind paying for with a monthly subscription. There's a reason so many subscription-based business models seem to be popping up. It's tough to break through with a successful product, but the rewards are enormous, with cash flow benefits, brand loyalty, and clear revenue projections on a regular basis.
In ecommerce, subscriptions are always an option. So in this article, we'll cover how to start a subscription business, with thoughts on why subscription businesses are so popular, the different types of subscription business models, along with best practices to get you started.
Shopify dropshippers were thrown off guard when Shopify announced it would close the popular dropshipping app in June 2022. Shopify also recommended that all former Oberlo users transfer their products and orders to their new, official dropshipping partner, DSers. So, that begs the question, what are the differences between DSers vs Oberlo?
Can you still find and import products from AliExpress? Does it still seamlessly integrate with the Shopify ecommerce platform and offer things like a Chrome extension, free plan, and the ability to make bulk orders?
Product returns are often a nightmare for ecommerce merchants. They represent a potentially dissatisfied customer, additional costs, and a loss of revenue that you had already presumed in your pocket. On top of this, they're often a hassle as presenting a smooth returns and refund procedure is usually far from easy.
However, it’s impossible to opt out of returns. At least 30% of all products ordered online are returned due to damage, mismatched expectations, or a completely wrong product sent out in the first place.
However, returns don’t have to mean the end of a relationship with that customer. In fact, 92% of consumers would buy again if the return process was easy.
Sometimes it feels like Shopify store owners have to wear a hundred different hats. At times, you have to be a salesperson; at other points, an SEO specialist, but to get things up and running, you need to be a web designer.
Your store design is vitally important to the success of your online business, as it it's is one of the most powerful tools in your belt to stand out from the crowd and deliver a branded, unique user experience.
With so much riding on your web design, it’s no wonder some find Shopify's basic themes a bit limiting. In addition, the lack of granular design control can be frustrating – especially if you have a specific vision for your store's aesthetic.