Credit cards going green

Eco-Office Gals

With environmentally friendly products becoming more mainstream and readily available, credit card issuers have begun to roll out products, services, and rewards that have a focus on going green. Credit card companies and banks have long come under scrutiny for not doing enough to battle the effects on the climate. Credit card comparison sites, such as , offer extensive insight into the offers and green reward plans available.

Internet Access While Traveling: Tips for Keeping Your Data Safe

Dumb Little Man

Imagine spending your precious traveling time looking at a blank screen instead of enjoying the beautiful environment. This includes entering credit card numbers, passwords, and other personal details. Switch off file sharing. Ensure that your files are secure. If you forget to turn off file sharing, every person who connects to the same Wi-Fi can view your files. Are you tired of unreliable and painfully slow internet when traveling?

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E-Receipts vs. Paper Receipts

Eco-Office Gals

E-receipts are easy to generate through an effective credit card processing solution that issues the e-receipt to the customer’s email address at their request. The strategy of issuing e-receipts aligns with tablet POS (point of sale) credit card processing in particular. Costs associated with issuing and filing paper receipts is driving the conversion to e-receipts.

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Steps for Creating a Paperless Home Office

Productivity Bits

Going paperless is not only better for the environment, but it can make you more productive. While many home printers have a scanner function, there are scanner options available that will send your scanned documents directly to your computer for easy filing. It is helpful to have a scan, discard, and file system. If the document is an important document where the original needs to be kept, then it can go into the file section. usually will fall into the file section.

Cost Effective Ways to Greenify Your Business

Eco-Office Gals

Therefore, as we explore some cost-effective ways to greenify your business, just keep in mind that we’re providing suggestions on how to make your company more energy efficient, which is not only better for the environment, but your budget too: Travel differently. They are two companies that assist with mobile credit card processing. Greenify. In the eco-friendly world, it’s a word that is becoming more and more popular with every passing day.

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The Solopreneur Life’s Review of the New Rainmaker Platform

The Solopreneur Life

And then…shazam…Premise appeared and I gave Copyblogger my credit-card number. Step 1: in my WordPress dashboard, I went to Tools > Export, then exported all the content and saved the file to my computer. Step 2: I went to my Rainmaker dashboard and Content > Content Tools > Import /Export and imported the file from computer. I’d go bonkers if I had to work in that environment every day and pay $800/month for the privilege.

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106 Thoughts on Overcoming Overwhelm in a Freaked-Out World

Productive & Organized

Create email folders same as you would for word doc and paper files. If you need to write/send your holiday cards then look at your calendar and schedule it in. Review your tickler file, "to do" lists, Outlook tasks, or whatever you use to track your action items. Productive & Organized Home Contribute to P&O! Archive Network with Steph Is This You? Work With Stephanie « Communication Productivity Tip: Dont Make People Search for You.

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How To Make This Recession Work For Your Small Home Business.

The Small Business Blog

Given the fact that small business can’t get credit, while the big boys can, let them play bank for you for a while. « Small Business World News Round-up – 2009/11/17 WinWeb Launches WinWeb TV – Free Small & Home Business Videos » « Previous Entries This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 17th, 2009 at 6:08 pm and is filed under plan cash-flow. Obviously not paying a bank would be a bad move but a less used credit card…maybe?

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