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Why you need to become PCI compliant

Why you need to become PCI compliant

March 25, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

PCI-DSS stands for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards. They are a set of 12 requirements pertaining to credit or debit card security. All businesses (small and large merchants) who handle credit or debit card payments must comply with these standards. They provide best practice guidelines to establish a “minimum security standard” for the handling […]

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Small Multi-Channel retailers may level the playing field with Marketplace Fairness Act

Small Multi-Channel retailers may level the playing field with Marketplace Fairness Act

March 4, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Online-only retailers currently have a distinct advantage when it comes to shipping products to another state. By current law, they are not required to collect a state’s sales tax when shipping to that state. Although customers still owe that tax, there is no real way for an individual state to force a company in another […]

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Utilizing Google + for your Business

Utilizing Google + for your Business

January 28, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Utilizing Google + for your Business You may have heard a little about Google+ for social networking. But, you weren’t really sure how you could use it and whether it’s worth the time and effort.  Basically, Google+ is similar to Facebook. You can share comments, links, and videos with your friends and customers. But, unlike […]

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Why it’s time to certify your online pet pharmacy through NABP

Why it’s time to certify your online pet pharmacy through NABP

January 24, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Back in 1999, a coalition of professional groups, government regulatory associations, and consumer advocacy organizations got together and developed criteria for accredited Internet pharmacies. This criteria was adopted by the National Association Boards of Pharmacy, and the Veterinary-Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites (Vet-VIPPS) program is an extension of that original criteria.

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