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Using Tenant Verification Services

You may be wondering if it is worth it to use a tenant verification service or not. There are pros and cons to using this type of service and only you can decide what is right for your individual circumstances.

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5 Simple Customer Service Rules for Every Startup

Great customer service is at the core of every successful business, especially for startups. This is because what they lack in brand recognition and resources, they make up in exceptional customer services. At Tenantify, we have learned from the playbooks

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BBB Accreditation

We have recently received a customer question: “I am interested in using your tenant verification services. I like your format and prices. I was just checking to make sure the business was legitimate and I see you are not BBB

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Awesome weekly report

Another awesome report from our friends in Quill Engage. We have an okay week in traffic, but our revenue grew substantially. This past week we processed 9 verification, netting a revenue of $135. This is our first >$100 week. From

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Long Term Vision of Tenantify

Today we received a customer email that suggests us to incorporate all element of tenant screening (including credit check, criminal record, etc.). We are so glad to receive this suggestion. For one thing, it is our plan all along. But

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Tenantify Report for Week of Mar. 17 – Mar. 23, 2014

Tenantify does not have a good week in traffic and revenue this week. Our traffic is down and we only made $30. However, our link building effort begins to take hold, and we see week-by-week increase of organic Google search

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Tenantify Report for Week of Mar. 10 – Mar. 16, 2014

Thanks to my friend’s Thomas’s work, it is getting easier to understand Google Analytics. I always have a plan to make my startup as transparent as possible. I can learn from it, so can other entrepreneurs. Sometimes I will do

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