What is a niche market anyhow? A niche market is a specialized market that has a limited and clearly defined range of products sold to a specific group of people. So when you are starting your own website or online business you want to have a specific niche to base your website around but you can’t seem to come up with anything? Well not to worry! I will show you a couple methods I have used and recommend for people just like you.
I must tell you when deciding what you are going to sell or what your website will be about, make sure it is something that you are passionate about. This is very important to the success of your website and to keep you motivated! Its much easier and fun spending time working on something that you can really wrap your arms around and get into versus going … Read More
Before you begin, you must realize that getting rich on the Internet is tough. Most Internet businesses fail. Why do web based businesses fail? Traffic problems, tough keyword competition, problems with affiliate programs, and the list goes on and on.
To have the best chance in this uphill battle, you need to make sure you have done everything in this article, from the very beginning of your venture.
The first thing you want to do to get rich on the Internet, is find a hungry market, and sell them what they want. If you are an expert, and can really make yourself look like an expert on your field/niche, you are off to a good start. Remember to operate where you are strong. Make absolutely certain that you build trust with your audience. Be positive, and focus on solving problems.
Make sure the things you sell solve your customers problems. … Read More
With the multitude of programming languages out there such as Fortran, Java, C ++ and C #, you may wonder why Ruby on Rails has suddenly become such a hot topic in the development world. Created in the late 1990's by an individual in Japan, the Ruby programming language had a cult following but never reached top-tier status. In 2004, a company called 37 Signals released a Web programming framework called Rails, which was originally developed for their own in-house projects. Rails was written using the Ruby programming language. It is the combination of Ruby and Rails together that has generated capable excitation in the development community, and the emerging language and application framework is proving to be a game-changer to the world of Web application development.
Ruby on Rails' Impact on Productivity
Rails is an integrated framework that utilizes the dynamic nature of the object-oriented Ruby programming language. Rails … Read More
Frequently people ask me to help them with their web sites, and sometimes they do not even know how their web site was built. Was it made in Joomla? Was it made in WordPress? Is it straight HTML? Is it some fancy CMS? Was it built from scratch? Is it hosted on a Linux platform or a Windows platform? I often need to look carefully through a site to figure out where to point these people, since I only know so many systems (and I do not care to learn them all). What are some ways you can look at the site and determine how the site was built?
Step one: Look at the source code
Browsers display the source code they receive, and just about every browser out there lets you look at that source code. Figure out how to see the source code in your browser. Sometimes it … Read More
This article illustrates the benefits of having a well designed and easy to find site map. Lots of web designers neglect to include a suitable site map with their web designs. This article champions the use of this often overlooked and unfashionable addition to a website, which I believe is a must have for all websites.
First of all, what is a site map? A site map is simply a page on your website that lists all the other pages that make up your site. Kind of like an index at the back of a book. The advantage of a well designed site map from a website usability point of view can be clearly seen. If you site map is divided into logical sections – all the news articles listed together, all product categories together e.t.c, then this can be a great help to your users when they are navigating … Read More
Computer technology is becoming increasingly more advanced and there is a lot of money to be made surrounding it. Where there is more money to be made, there is more criminal activity, punishable by law. The Information Act of 2000 states that there should be different penalties for different types of technological crimes. The following are common legal penalies for computer crimes.
Telecommunication service theft involves the unlawful obsolete of any telecommunications technology. This crime is punishable with a heavy fine and an undefined term of imprimination. The legal consequences vary depending on the severity of the theft. Communications intercept crime is a Class-D crime that involves the interruption of communication technology. It is punishable by one to five years in prison along with a fine and can include other infractions such as offensive material dissemination, telecommunications piracy, and other cyber frauds.
When someone changes a source code on a … Read More
The arrival of iPhones of Apple Inc. has been a real storm in the telecommunications sector. As with any product, Apple Inc. from the consumer market holds much expectation on iPhone. Thanks to the high-end technology and elegant features, iPhones succeeded to win the hearts. The Multimedia and Internet enabled Quad band GSM phone supports EDGE called iPhone, Apple Inc. 29th in June 2007 in the USA
Apple, known for technological innovations and developments, it was not prepared, at the goodwill of the time. It is clear from just one glance at iPhone. The Apple iPhone comes with a built-in camera function and a portable media player, which is really intriguing. The digital camera provides the user the perfect images of excellent quality. It is possible to use for the shoot, record, store and send pictures, w is an element of fun into it.
When building your website you may not have a large budget to devote to website design or a designer, so the best option for you may simply be to use free website templates. However, consider the following benefits as well as drawbacks before you decide to take this route of website design.
# 1 Many Website Templates are Free
This is of course one of the best benefits of free website templates because you will save money and still be able to have a professional looking website.
# 2 Make Building a Professional Website Affordable and Easy
Free website templates also make website building simple. They are ready made templates so all you have to do is download them, add your own text, and all of a sudden you have a complete and professional website.
# 3 Consistency
With free website templates you will be able to keep your own … Read More
Local businesses are looking to capitalise on using search engines such as Google to drive traffic to their website and through their front door. Research has indicated that 60 to 70 percent of in store purchases start with research online.
For a small business this is a massive opportunity to help grow your business with an effective local SEO campaign. Below are 5 strategies you can do today to start your local SEO campaign started and dominating your competition
1 – List your business in Google Places
List and verify your local business listing in Google Places is a fantastic place to start your local SEO campaign, without a listing you will find it difficult to place your business in the top positions on page 1.
2 – Complete your Google Place page listing
When filling in your listing, ensure you fill out your listing to Google guidelines and so … Read More
Wireless Application Protocol, commonly known by the acronym WAP, is a free worldwide standard allowing mobile tools like smartphones, iPhones and laptops to acquire an internet connection while becoming compatible with large network bearers. The ability to authorize transactions allows WAP to supersede the recent implementation of mobile banking applications through 2-way messaging (SMS).
The WAP billing process operates through Wireless Markup Language (WML), an HTML adaptation for constructing wireless applications via independent platforms. In a standard WAP billing process, data packets associated with wireless devices travel by way of wireless networks in the WML configurations to a WAP gateway/server. The most essential part of the data becomes reconfigured and transferred to a more common HTML-capable web server. The functionality of this process is only possible if the HTML packets successfully travel through a WAP gateway/server, en route to a wireless device.
The WAP solutions described are usually in two … Read More