Does Having a Business Address Matter? Here’s Why it Might

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If you’re the proud owner of a new business or small business, you know that there’s lots of little things that go into the day to day running of your business to make it easier and more successful. For a small business, those little tools and tricks can really make a difference to your sales, brand, and more. 


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One of those little things you might be considering is your business address. For some starting out, using the same business address as your home address might seem like the easiest option, in the interest of saving time and avoiding the hassle of having to go and create a business PO Box. This might seem an especially logical and convenient option for those who run businesses from home or who don’t have an actual storefront. 

However, while it may be tempting and convenient to use your home address, it’s probably a better idea to have your own physical address for your business. There’s a number of reasons for this: for starters, it’s a matter of safety and security. You may be starting out small now, but in the event that your business grows (which is what you’re striving for, naturally), you may not want your brand associated with your home address. You may find that you wish to keep those personal details private. It’s also a good idea to have a separate business address for legal reasons as well. 

You can go out and get a PO Box at any local post office fairly easily and cheaply. But who wants to go visit the post office every day to check their mail? 

Luckily, there’s another option. Have you considered a virtual post office box? 

If you haven’t heard of them, virtual post office boxes are a new offering that can help you manage, organize and check your mail from any location. Check your mail online or from your smartphone at any time of day, avoiding pesky and wasteful paper mail and keeping track of your correspondence in real time. 

Virtual post offices are confidential and discreet, so you’ll rest assured that your privacy is always protected.

Best of all, a virtual post office box provides your business with a physical mailing address to use on correspondence, as a point of contact for your clients, and more. One major perk is that this address doesn’t have to be local to you, either. If you’d like a more prestigious mailing address, say in a town like New York, or elsewhere, you can do that! 

Virtual post office boxes also allow you to reply and send mail out easily, virtually! It’s a very convenient and time-saving way to keep up with your mail right from the comfort of your own home or business. 

Virtual mail services are generally very inexpensive and easy to use. They boast great customer service reps who will handle your mail discreetly and be on hand to answer any questions or problems as they arise. 

If you need to set up a business address or post office for your small business, why not consider a virtual one today? 

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  • I am Cousett @ Techie Mamma! I am a mom of two young boys, and I love tech. I teach DIY mompreneurs to learn how to maximize technology through tech coaching. With my help, mompreneurs can maximize their business, live the lifestyle they want, and contribute something unique with fantastic technology.

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