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Small Business Toolbox – December Twenty Second

Each week I like to post useful tools and resources that you may be able to use for your business.  The resources I post here are either free or available at a low cost.

I don’t go into much detail here, so feel free to check them out yourself and let me know what you think.  If you know of any great tools and services that will help small business owners, please share them in the comments below.

Square – Online merchant services for small business.  Kind of like PayPal, except you can have a physical credit card reader that attaches to your smart phone or tablet.  Currently supports iPhone and Android devices.  Great for farmer’s markets, trade shows or any business where you do are outside of your own location.  Now available in Canada.  Flat 2.75% charge with no setup fees or monthly fees.

OnWebinar – Free webinar and conferencing service that let’s you host and deliver your own webinars, conference calls, slide show presentations and more.  Easy to use and gives many premium features that other platforms charge for.

“Christmas doesn’t come from a store, maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more….”
― Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas
 Have questions about the best tools to use for your business?  Contact me with your questions and you can rest assured you will receive a response!  Contact me here

 

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Gary Shouldis is a father, husband, business owner and avid blogger. He is the founder of 3Bug Media, a web marketing company helping small businesses grow their online presence and bottom line. When he’s not working, you can usually find him being chased through the park by his 4 children.

2 Responses to Small Business Toolbox – December Twenty Second

  1. Jason Hull says:

    You can also look at Google+ Hangouts for hosting a webinar, particularly if you want to have interactivity with others. It’s free, and if you broadcast it live, it gets recorded to Youtube (hello, link love).

  2. Google+ Hangouts is a great suggestion Jason, I think most people don’t know it even exists. I think the quality is better than Skype. Cheers!

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