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Emily Hale

Emily Hale

Emily is a content and social media strategist based in Indianapolis. She enjoys discovering new topics and planning content that empowers small business owners to make better choices for their businesses. When she's not in the thick of doing research for Merchant Maverick, she likes painting, meandering through nature and spotting wildlife, or relaxing with her rescue pup, Jetta.
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The Complete Guide To Stax By Fattmerchant Fees & Pricing For Small Businesses

While Fattmerchant is a company that offers transparent pricing, and we don’t see the typical red flags, we think a post discussing its pricing model is needed. That’s because most merchants aren’t necessarily familiar with how a subscription-based, 0% markup company works. Below you’ll find answers to some of the most common questions we’ve come across about Fattmerchant fees and costs.

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Aug 14, 2020 Filed under: Credit Card Processing 0

What Is Square Marketing & Is It Right For My Business?

In this post, we’ll take a look at how you can send Square emails for free and what comes along with the Square Marketing subscription. Then we’ll compare some other email marketing platforms with Square, so you can see if you’re missing any features you may want or if it is just right.

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Jun 12, 2020 Filed under: Email Marketing 0

How To Sell Your Business: The Complete Guide To Selling A Company In 7 Simple Steps

Selling a business can be a lot more complicated than it might seem at first glance. In this post, we’ll dig into the hows and what-ifs you’ll want to explore before, during, and through the transitional phases. Understanding the basics and planning can help you avoid falling into some of the common pitfalls that may spring up during the process of a business sale.

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May 29, 2020 Filed under: Small Business 0

How You Can Help Small Business Stay Afloat During The Coronavirus

With areas facing even more mandatory closures and other restrictions across the country, small businesses are doing everything they can to stay in business and pay employees. Many are offering delivery and curbside pickup, and getting their sites set up to take orders online for the first time. Our local small businesses offer us just as much as we can offer them, so let’s think big and shop local. Here’s what you can do to make the best of things and help keep the economy going!

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Mar 23, 2020 Filed under: Small Business 0

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