Within the past couple of months, I’ve seen a couple of shake-ups in some of our partner programs, and I’ve seen some people getting downright irate about some of the changes as prices have jumped or as some people got bumped from Gold down to Silver (with a grace period presumably allowing them to work back up).
Most small business owners do not review their numbers on a regular basis or understand how to read an income statement, do not trust that their finances are accurate or don’t know how to make decisions based on their financial information.
I just attended Teachable’s Black Friday Summit over the past couple of weeks, and the content was amazing. It was a free series of 12 different webinars talking about everything from how to select an online course to teach, how to successfully launch a campaign, how to make your videos beautiful, and everything in between.
Well… almost everything.
When deciding which tool to start with in our Useful Tools Series, there was no doubt in my mind we should start with A2X (this name presumably comes from “Amazon to Xero”), This is a MANDATORY tool for anyone selling on Amazon Seller Central. Did you hear me? Mandatory. It will rock your world, I kid you not.
Introducing our new Useful Tools Series! I was going to say that I’ve been wanting to do this for months, but it’s probably more accurate to say I’ve been wanting to do it for years.
Catching Clouds has literally touched hundreds of different cloud tools over the past several years, and we are fully aware of how frustrating and overwhelming it can be to navigate all the accounting tools created to help make your life “easy.”
It seems to me that people are focused entirely too much on knowing the answers when really, all the brilliance and power naturally exist in the questions themselves.
Here’s a tip to all payroll service providers. Your customers want you to know more than they do about payroll. That’s what you do all day, every day, and it’s literally why they are paying you. It shouldn’t be too much to ask.
Small businesses are looking for people who understand their business. Chances are, they have already started on their own app search and came to you because they got swallowed up in an overwhelming sea of options and complexity. You’re the professional, so you should be able to help.