From as long as I can remember, PayPal never offered services in Pakistan. I never understood why, I mean we are one of the largest software producing companies of the world. Our programmers are found in every software company. I mean you name it and we are there. Fine we might have political and demographic issues but we know how these machines work, no big of a deal!
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Web Design is a prime concern for all entrepreneurs, especially if you are looking for a complete online solution. The design and over all look and feel matters, since most of the users are just going to open the home page, go through it for a couple of seconds and then move on to something else. People don’t read and go into details. It is the over all impression that they get from your website that matters. The highlighted text, the services you provide and then finally how to actually get in touch. Let me highlight a couple of things that you should consider when getting your website designed/redesigned:
We were deploying zf2 sample project Album and added another zfcuser module from the bank on the local server. It was working fine on the local machine. But the deployment became a problem. Now zend does not require any additional things to be uploaded, all you need is to upload the zend in the right folder and everything is ready to go. But we got stuck because the zfcuser was listed in the modules with a capital Z, apparently Linux is case sensitive. All this energy wasted just because there was a typo, capital letter entered! I am writing this small little thing because I couldn’t find this on any of the blogs. It might be stupid for some but it is a genuine problem!
So you are looking for ways to monetize your site? You must have heard of many ways to do that. I thought I should share my experience.
For me undefeated champion is Google Adsense. No comarison! It’s because it offers pay per click! Simple! Somebody reviews your websites and likes the ad on it so he clicks it and you get a commission. The only problem is that the ads are not targeted well. In the sense Google only finds what the user likes and displays according to the visitor. Yes the content also matters, but not all the time. The payout is 2% of the total viewers.
When I was new at oDesk, a fellow colleague once noticed I was applying for jobs where the client’s payment method was not verified. He emailed me warning about such clients. He shared his experience that such clients don’t pay. Actually you see that fixed price projects were not covered back in 2012.
So, what is a responsive website? Do you think you need one? Let me tell you, the other day a company sent me some proposal and I wanted to review the ‘about us’ section of their website to know more details. The website didn’t open on my iPhone, instead the message it displayed was something like “you must be trying to review this website from a mobile or other device, please use a computer”. I was shocked! People still have such websites? Its 2014 for crying out loud. Anyway, let me go through a bit of the importance of having a responsive website.