Being a small business and starting to sell online can seem a challenge! E-commerce is not easy but being online opens your doors to a millions of people shopping online (possibly on global level depending on what you’re selling). There are many options on how to go about it and I’m going to cover what I usually do.
A startup idea is perceived as a moment when a brilliant geek through a sudden stroke of genius gets an idea, sits down somewhere (preferably dorm room or garage) and start coding the next big thing.
Every now and then an opportunity comes up and you feel like you have to take it. After almost eight years with Oracle, I felt like it was time to try something new and the opportunity presented it self (as all good things do) without really expecting it.
Streak is a very easy to use and configurable application. While Streak is advertised as a CRM, it can be used for multiple purposes such as task management. One of the key advantages is it’s integrated with Gmail so once you install the application, it’s conveniently residing in your inbox where we all spend a lot of our time anyway.
Trello is a great task management application. It’s built around the concept of boards (projects), cards (tasks) and lists (milestones). You can create as many boards as you want depending on how you want to set up your workflow.
Task management applications should be make our lives easier and entry of tasks, internal management and team collaboration should be easy, quick and simply get out of the way so we can do real work.
WordPress Search Engine Optimization also known as SEO is an important part of every website strategy as a page can have different purposes. Be it e-commerce, branding, etc. but it’s not worth anything without visitors.
Amazon Web Services lets anyone without large upfront investments in hardware infrastructure build scaleable web applications and as the popularity hopefully grows it’s easy to additional resources quickly and with ease.
Getting your WordPress website hacked is one of the worst things that can happen to any website publisher. WordPress is a secure and robust platform but as with any tool there are things you can do to help keep your WordPress installation secure over time.
Over the years I’ve found out that having proper tools for delivering projects is the key to successful project delivery. Lets first look at what are some of the key factors during a project. Every IT project, be it a WordPress or any other tool that’s implemented for that matter, is basically the same and […]