Kevin Hodes, CEO of Credit Card Processing Company Swypit, Publishes New Article With Advice for Learning to Ask for Favors in Business

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Frisco, TX – May 21, 2018 – Kevin Hodes, CEO of Swypit has published a new article entitled “How to Ask for Favors in Business.” In the article, Hodes elaborates on a previous article that discussed the advantages of networking for business. He expands the premise to discuss the idea of “social capital” and how you can utilize this concept to further grow your business.

In emphasizing the importance of this concept, Hodes explains, “Whether they’re giving you a job recommendation, introducing you to a potential client, or just giving some career advice, your professional contacts can make the biggest difference in helping you achieve your career goals. Though favors sound nice, they do often come at a cost. If you want someone to do you a favor, you need to build your social capital first.”

Social capital, as he describes it, is a process by which you leverage your interpersonal connections as an asset. In this process, you provide value and benefits to your contacts in order to build your social capital “account.” This primes the relationship for when you need to ask for help – or favors – later.

Hodes goes on to say, “Essential is avoiding the tendency to only reach out when YOU need something. Instead, main consistent contact over time and offer your help when and where you can. Being thoughtful and considerate first, will help you build and nurture that relationship and demonstrate respect. In return, this will later give you the right to ask for favors or help too.”

To further enhance the idea of social capital, Hodes then provides a checklist to consider before asking for such favors. First being that you start by utilizing LinkedIn to stay up-to-date on what is happening in the lives of your connections so that you can use such happenings as an opportunity to reach out and nurture that connection further. He also recommends keeping your connections “top of mind” and reaching out to them with helpful tips – articles and information – that you think they might find useful.

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About Kevin Hodes:

For nearly two decades, Kevin Hodes’ company Swypit has taken pride in bringing honesty and integrity to the world of credit card processing.

Swypit aims to be more than just another service. Their goal is to become a trusted partner, helping to positively impact the merchant’s bottom line. In an industry rife with providers more focused on selling or leasing equipment than building relationships, Swypit is different. They ensure customers always know that they are more than just a number.

Swypit provides world-class service as well as some of the most competitive rates in the industry.  How much do their terminals cost? Nothing! The company provides merchants with credit card terminals, discounted point-of-sale and even cash advances to customers they choose to partner with… no catch.

Owner Kevin Hodes is a two-time best-selling author and the Executive Producer of, “Maximum Achievement, The Brian Tracy Story.” His expertise in the credit card processing industry is frequently sought out from all over the country and has been on NBC, ABC, CBS & FOX.  Staying active in the community and giving back is important to Mr. Hodes – he is an avid supporter of helping families of fallen soldiers with The American Fallen Soldier Project.


You may obtain further information about Frisco, Texas-based Swypit by visiting the website: or by calling: 1-877-379-9748.