Category Archives: Tips and tricks

Written by: admin, on 2013-07-19

The WordPress editor does not have a table creator itself. But people often want to create a table in WordPress in order to sort and display images or text. One option is to install a WordPress Table Plugin like Easy Table or Websimon Tables or a gallery plugin for dealing with pictures. It’s easy to get […]

Written by: Jane D, on 2013-05-21

Interviewing for a software developer is a challenge. The interviewer should asses the skills of the developer and in the same time asses his personality. Here are a few questions that might prove helpful in doing so. Are you working on a project in your spare time? Great developers are passionate about what they do. […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-04-18

This question may be older than the blog concept. There are a lot of old and deprecated answers but also new opportunities emerging. If you think “selling” your blog or your writing talent is in any way evil, immoral, unethical, uncool, lame or greedy, then don’t sell it. What follows is only a quick summary of income […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-04-10

The choice of eCommerce platforms nowadays can be overwhelming. The following list describes some key eCommerce platform features that should be taken into consideration when choosing to use a certain platform or build your own eCommerce platform. Multiple language display Unless your eShop targets a specific product or a small geographical area, it should be able […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-04-10

The internet is the biggest and most dynamic marketing and advertising instrument and with proper Search engine optimization and marketing, even the growth of small businesses and start-ups can be accelerated. Here are some efficient Search engine optimization guidelines for small business: Content – Content material has to be catchy and convincing because it is the content that will […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-03-05

Not having a mobile version If you are turning away fifty percent of your customers at a brick and mortar store, people would say you are either crazy or not prepared to be in business at all. The why would you do the same with a website? Mobile traffic accounts for five in every ten […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-02-28

Many webmasters use copywriting freelancers or other sources to generate “unique content” for their websites. Everybody knows content is king. A website rich in quality content is most likely going to rank higher than a website that is poor on content. But how can you be sure that the content you are using is 100% “clean”? CopyScape […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2012-11-09

1 ) Fatal bugs  This usually happens when new features are introduced causing impact on another part of the app. 2 ) Poor front-end optimization Using resources effectively is the key. Although image compression and similar strategies do help, developers have to be careful of the relationship between what’s happening on-screen and what the devices are capable of handling. […]

Written by: Jane D, on 2012-11-08

We talked about the best time to launch an app and how to name your app, now it’s probably best to know how to ruin an app launch. For an app to fail, there are hundreds of reasons, but a few of them tend to repeat. 1) Hurry up the release An app, like any other product, […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2012-11-07

Before you choose to build an app, you first have to know precisely what the app will do and what it will be called. Here are a few steps to help you name the app. 1. Be authentic Make sure your app name doesn’t sound too close to an already popular app. Also, do your homework and […]