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With Valued Merchant Services you can accept and process online

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Diners Club
  • JCB
  • ATM, Debit and Check Cards

Valued Merchant Services offers multiple gateway options including Authorize.Net, NMI, USAePay, CardConnect and more which enable all types of merchants to accept secure and reliable credit card and electronic check payments quickly and easily. We offer flexible application programming interfaces (APIs) with no licensing fees. Our Certified Developers and Solutions must meet rigorous integration standards including providing samples of successful integrations.

For small businesses, the best way to grow is to reach new customers. As such, the Internet presents you with a tremendous opportunity. Not only can it extend your sales reach to a world of new customers in a way that was once unimaginable, it can also be considered a great equalizer because it levels the playing field against larger competitors. Unfortunately, many small business owners are hesitant to start selling on the Internet due to concerns about costs and technology. If you’re facing these concerns, there’s good news! The costs of starting a Web site are much less than you might think. Affordable technology solutions and experts are readily available to help you get online and increase your sales quickly.

Is Your Product a Good Fit for Ecommerce

There are countless success stories that prove small business profits can skyrocket

online. But first, you must determine whether selling products on the Internet is right for

your business. To answer this question, consider your product line. Some products are

easier to sell via a Web site than others. Here are a few guidelines for success:

1. Is your product easy to understand for your online customers? Remember,

shoppers will not be able to touch or try on your product. To purchase, they need

to be sure they know what they are getting. Providing detailed product descriptions

and photographs can increase your sales significantly.

2. Can you sell the product at an acceptable profit margin once you factor in the time

and expense of packaging and delivery? If you sell low-ticket items, you may need

to sell in bulk to increase profits. If you sell perishable items, you will need fast

delivery and adequate packaging.

3. Do you sell a service or digital (not physical) product that can be delivered efficiently

online or via e-mail? Many providers of services or information have made seamless

transitions to the Internet, for example, converting magazines to digital editions.

4. Does your product appeal to customers outside your geographic area, or will selling

online enhance your service to your existing customers? For example, if you’re

selling tickets to a local sporting event, someone several thousands of miles away

probably isn’t going to be interested. But, that doesn’t mean your neighbors won’t

appreciate the added convenience

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