Trying to get your small business off the ground?
You can invoice customers by email, save time, and get paid faster right here.
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"I love being able to pull out my phone and send an invoice before leaving the job. It allows me to get paid right there too."Mitch Bishop
According to FreshBooks (#1 in cloud accounting), invoicing online can get you paid up to 20 days sooner than paper invoices.
It certainly helps when you can whip out your phone and send the invoice direct to the customer before leaving the job site.
The "I can't pay you until I get an invoice" crowd just met their match according to what a couple of BidVoice users have told me.
Using your own logo that matches your business cards, and truck magnet makes you look legit.
Invoice creators generate documents that are easy to read and don't suffer from "chicken scratch" handwriting.
You get to say goodbye to the dingy stack of invoice blanks laying around in your work vehicle.
Many businesses find that building a quality email list is their most valuable asset.
It's much easier to sell something to someone that you've already done business with. That's why it's so effective.
You get the option of connecting with previous customers through a newsletter or promotional messages when building a list.
No more stamps, paper, filing, and time spent wondering if the customer has seen your invoice yet. With BidVoice you'll know when they've opened your invoice.
As a small business owner, you're likely the common denominator in all the wins and losses in your company.
This is actually good news. It means that you can increase your chances of success dramatically simply by becoming a student of high performance, and building a targeted skillset.
My goal is to provide you with tools that free up your time and content that will hopefully help you think about success in new ways.
So let me be the first to offer you a seat next to me on the struggle bus and we'll knock this out together.
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