Essential Information On The Leading Virtual Data Room Providers

Considerable breakthroughs in Internet technology, computing power, as well as data storage have contributed to the start of an innovative Information Age in the 21st Century. Our everyday lives are more and more dependent on the successful flow of info, its acquisition, storage, and also distribution from the top-level business dealings and procedures, to simple social communications. The fact that almost all info is preserved in digital formats has significantly enhanced the speed as well as the efficiency with which we build relationships with one another, whatever the forum and objective. This can make tools such as virtual data room more valuable and useful here in this Information Age. Continue reading “Essential Information On The Leading Virtual Data Room Providers”

4 Things to Look for in a Modern Security System

As a business owner, you must make sure to secure your workplace as much as possible, no matter how safe you think your location may be. Otherwise, you could not only lose expensive equipment, but you could also become the unfortunate victim of a data breach. Thus, a modern security system is essential to keeping your workplace protected from unauthorized access. But what exactly are the features that you need for maximum protection? In this article, we will discuss four things that you should look for in a reliable modern security system. Continue reading “4 Things to Look for in a Modern Security System”

Planning a successful database lifecycle – Smart ways of avoiding a gridlock

When the various teams which are involved in the life of a database fail to assuage and rectify their different priorities and roles and hence fail to cooperate with each other or work flexibly, it results to a gridlock. Databases are defined as carved in stone than by codes and data. DLM provides you with an alternative which allows databases to acknowledge quickly to business changes. Continue reading “Planning a successful database lifecycle – Smart ways of avoiding a gridlock”

The Top Benefits of Getting a Security Guard with an SIA Licence – What You can Expect

Getting the right security guard is not always easy. Choosing the right one will ensure your property or business is safe and well taken care of; choosing the wrong one can either be a waste of time, or worse, could invite bad luck and a great deal of headache. Those wanting to employ the services of a security agency should be strict with their requirements and insist only on the best. But how do you ensure that your security guard is truly qualified? What should you look for? There’s a simple solution. Here are the top benefits of getting a security guard with an SIA licence – what you can expect. Continue reading “The Top Benefits of Getting a Security Guard with an SIA Licence – What You can Expect”

The Importance of Motion Systems in the Different Scientific Fields

Motion systems are machine components that have been made possible by modern engineering. As part of industrial machine systems, they have become valuable in a variety of fields, including manufacturing and production, as well as material handling and packaging.

In addition to their usefulness in industrial applications, however, motion systems are also important in helping us make sense of our own biology and of the living and material world around us. This is because motion systems are being incorporated into vital instruments used in fields like medicine, life sciences, and physical sciences. Continue reading “The Importance of Motion Systems in the Different Scientific Fields”

A Gym Owner’s Guide to Keeping your Gym Appealing

Of all the businesses an entrepreneur can choose to open up, a gym is one of the trickiest of them all. Gyms can prove to be a massive payoff if you go about things right, but if you open a gym and there is either too much competition around, or other factors make it so that people don’t want to pay the fee to be part of your gym, specifically, the investment you made can be a very bad business move.

Besides securing the proper permits, finding or building a building that is compatible with all the services you want to offer, and filling your space with equipment that is up to date and in working order there is a lot to be done. Here is a gym owner’s guide to keeping your gym member friendly so that your doors will stay open and people will continue to use your facility as their destination of choice to meet their fitness goals: Continue reading “A Gym Owner’s Guide to Keeping your Gym Appealing”

The Top Benefits of Getting a Security Guard with an SIA Licence – What You can Expect

Getting the right security guard is not always easy. Choosing the right one will ensure your property or business is safe and well taken care of; choosing the wrong one can either be a waste of time, or worse, could invite bad luck and a great deal of headache. Those wanting to employ the services of a security agency should be strict with their requirements and insist only on the best. But how do you ensure that your security guard is truly qualified? What should you look for? There’s a simple solution. Here are the top benefits of getting a security guard with an SIA licence – what you can expect. Continue reading “The Top Benefits of Getting a Security Guard with an SIA Licence – What You can Expect”

5 Reasons to Integrate a Credit Card Processor in Your Business

In the modern age of technology, carrying cash has quickly become an obsolete option. People don’t want to deal with the hassle of paper money or change and simply carry cards everywhere they go. This can be an unfortunate option for the small business, however, and can mean you miss out on a lot of business if you fail to have a credit card processor. Included here are a few reasons your business should employ a credit card processor today. Continue reading “5 Reasons to Integrate a Credit Card Processor in Your Business”

Leasing Helps Businesses Use the Best Equipment

Every business wants to be leading the pack when it comes to using the latest equipment, software and everything else. It demonstrates success and that the company is at the cutting edge of all things technical and innovative, not to mention hopefully improving their business process in one way or another. Usually most of the newest equipment comes with a much higher price tag though. Especially for those running a start-up, small or medium sized business this can place it out of reach, despite them being the companies most likely to benefit. Leasing offers an affordable option for getting use of many top quality products for your business. Continue reading “Leasing Helps Businesses Use the Best Equipment”

Saving costs by going all IP

A lot of communication equipment have become IP based. The days of using an ancient PBX intercom system are over. Assuming you have an office space, and the usual office space has an intercom system, security surveillance and internet connectivity, the equipment not running on IP will require separate cabling for all three systems. It will be a huge headache to manage them independently and the cost of cabling each of them will also add up. Instead of having independently running systems, we now have the option to run a single IP network and plug all these devices onto it. With proper planning and network design, you can have voice and data running together on a single IP based network. Continue reading “Saving costs by going all IP”

Embrace Payment System Changes

The current way of accepting merchant payments is comfortable. Little has changed over the past years, and because of this, new changes are scary. Threats of mass hackings can leave a merchant scared to change even the slightest thing about their merchant processing. Even though change is hard, you need to adapt to the newest forms of mobile payment systems. Continue reading “Embrace Payment System Changes”

The Advantages of Using Injection Moulding

When you need plastic parts, products, or supplies you should consider injection moulding which can provide you with a process that makes your finished product stronger, more reliable, and durable. Here in the UK, injection moulding experienced a downturn in the past but now with production orders increasing, this process is one of the most affordable methods of manufacturing quality parts for companies like yours. Continue reading “The Advantages of Using Injection Moulding”

A change of course in Continuous Inkjet Printers applications, coding and marking in Automotive Industry

Automotive industry is changing. A modern vehicle containing hundreds of singular components and many of them need to carry a distinct part number therefore there is no space for mistakes in the selection of marking and coding equipment. Both vehicle-makers and manufacturing suppliers demand an impeccable assembly process and the possibility to include information whether on metal, plastic, rubber, fabric, glass or card. Factors that claim the right strategy and technology to make a vehicle-assembly traceability. Continue reading “A change of course in Continuous Inkjet Printers applications, coding and marking in Automotive Industry”

5 Unbeatable Tips to Keep Your Company’s Premises Secure

Keeping your company’s premises safe requires a holistic approach to security, with a smorgasbord of factors to be wary of aside from locking the front door and hoping for the best when you’re done for the day. Considering the furtiveness and tenacity of contemporary criminals, it’s no surprise that your firm should be on the front foot to avoid your property – physical or electronic – from falling into the wrong hands. Continue reading “5 Unbeatable Tips to Keep Your Company’s Premises Secure”

Types of Popular Internetworking Technologies

Internet technology comes in many forms, such as the connection and communication options. The use of the Internet requires a desktop computer, laptop computer, a web enabled device, or a smartphone or other wireless device. Today, it is almost a basic need for every individual to use internet technology, to perform his daily activities. In this article, we list some of the basic internet technologies which have grown popular in emerging economies.

DSL

One type of Internet connection that is common for many households is DSL. DSL is provided by your phone company and uses the existing phone line to your home. Speeds are offered at different prices to meet any type of need. A special modem is needed to connect your computer to the Internet. A wireless connection can be created in your home by adding a wireless router to the modem.

Cable

A second type of Internet connection for households in large cities is cable Broadband. This connection uses a cable connection to your home for the Internet. Cable connections are shared by other connected to the same cable line. This means that speeds will vary depending on the time of day. A special modem is also required to connect your computer to the Internet.

Satellite

A third type of connection for homes in rural areas is satellite. A dish needs to be installed on your roof to receive a signal for an Internet connection. The speed is similar to A DSL connection and will be the best option if no other connection options are available.

WiFi

This is a type of wireless connection that is available at many locations, such as restaurants. The use of a WiFi connection requires a laptop computer or web-enabled wireless device. WiFi is a free option for anyone to use to connect to the Internet. Users without an Internet connection at their home should find a local WiFi hotspot.

Dial-Up

Homes that only have a standard phone line may still use a dial-up connection. This connection needs a modem that is installed in a desktop or laptop computer. A dial-up connection uses the phone line and is the slowest type of Internet connection for a home. One downside is the inability to make a call when a connection is made to the Internet.

Communication Options

Many types of communications options are available for high speed Internet connections. The use of an Internet connection that is high-speed is required for most communication options. Communication can be done via voice and even video over the Internet. Some of the popular communication options are as follows:
VOIP

One communication option that is used on the Internet is VOIP. This is the Internet technology used by many companies offering phone service over the Internet. You can use VOIP at your home if there is a high-speed connection available. The use of VOIP allows you to cancel your land line service and only use Internet technology to make voice calls.

Skype

Skype is a computer application that uses the Internet to make calls. You can make a voice call or make call with video using a web camera. This software needs to be installed on your computer to make calls to other Skype users for free. Calls can also be made to land line numbers at a price that is peanuts when compared to ISD calling rates.

Author’s Bio:

Want to know more on the local internet providers? Go through more of Jason King’s articles which are rich in internet provider related information. He works for Internetbyzipcode.com.

Mozilla Firefox vs Google Chrome

The battle amongst the browsers have reached a critical climax in 2012. We may be witnessing another change of an era. Amidst the ever declining popularity of the Microsoft Windows Explorer, this time the collision is between Google Chrome against Mozilla Firefox. And the Google Browser has actually overtaken the browser that has ruled the hearts of technocrats for the last 5 years in 2012.

Firefox took over the digital world earlier dominated by Windows Internet Explorer, in a complete monopolistic market (MS used to command a 95% market share then). Firefox saved the world when Microsoft had stopped its investments on the Explorer research for few years, just because it was by far the market leader. While Microsoft remains the market leader still, the monopoly was shaken and stirred long back and today the company enjoys a 40% market share only, that too only from the corporate users of Microsoft Windows. The tech savvy netizens really needed a change at that time which could jolt the monopolistic market dynamics and improve the market of browsers drastically.

Within a few years of its launch, Firefox had demonstrated the power of CSS and JavaScript and how the two may be leveraged to change the web experience of the netizens, altogether to a new level. In fact, it was Firefox that triggered the HTML5 revolution. It is because of Firefox that Windows 8 application developers could develop the same in JavaScript. And ironically, it is because of Firefox’s spirited success and huge adoption, that Chrome was conceptualized in 2008.

When introduced in 2008, Chrome was foreseen by many technocrats as being an extension copycat of Firefox only, but lighter, with almost no features. The positioning of Chrome was simple yet effective: it addressed a single basic need of the netizen, Speed. This came at a time when Firefox was slowly becoming sluggish with tons of Apps which was making the experience of web-surfing cumbersome. However, shrugging off initial concerns on stability and security, Chrome has come a long way, and may now be equally poised to challenge Microsoft’s position within a few years.

Today, Firefox has lost a third of its market share, from around 30% down to 25% in 2011 end, and Google Chrome has surged to almost 26% market share, to become the new leader in the consumer web-market. StatCounter Global Stats reports that Chrome took 25.69% of the worldwide market (up from 4.66% in November 2009) compared to Firefox’s 25.23%. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer still maintains a strong lead globally with 40.63% although the share arises from Microsoft’s Windows/Office users mainly. In fact, almost as a party to rejoice its victory, Google has recently announced the launch of full version Chrome for Mobile, putting a fully fledged web browser on a phone’s tiny screen.

The future seems exciting, and we may witness a splurge of innovation in the browser technology, in an attempt to control the market share. Whatever happens, the netizens and cyber citizens will benefit from this competition which is bound to keep all the netizens at their toes to see what happens next. What do you think? Do let us know your take on this gizmotalk.

Principles of Google – The Chrome Story

For years Google has tried to hunt down Paid link exchanges and Black Hat SEO tactics by penalizing websites investing on paid links to rank higher in Google search, by getting back juice from back links. Has the time come when the internet major is caught red handed involved in practicing exactly what it punishes others for? The “Is Google Evil” question has again returned to haunt this innovator which has given us a new life through its innovative web based offerings.

While this goof-up may have not been done intentionally, in an attempt to promote Google Chrome, it has got into a mix up, when paid bloggers in-inadvertently placed -do-follow links instead of no-follow links to the Google Chrome download page. This created a huge influx of juice to the Chrome page when a video advertisement of the same was launched. It was an attempt from Google to become the market leader in the Internet Browser industry, by re-branding and relaunching Chrome.  This happened after Google hired Unruly Media, an international media agency, to get a number of paid bloggers to promote a video for its Chrome browser featuring a US flour company. However, another SEO firm named Essence Digital has “come to the rescue” of Google by declaring that it acted as an intermediary between Google and Unruly Media.

However, to clear up this “mistake” Google has now lowered Chrome’s position in the Search results, in an apparent effort to correct the mistake. However, it is interesting to note at this juncture the degree of strictness with which Google penalizes bloggers and webmasters for indulging in link exchanges, link purchases or even black hat SEO tactics.

In an era where management principles are often scrutinized for ethical legitimacy, this blunder by our favorite Web Prodigy, will no doubt leave a lasting impact on its fans like us. While Google “might not have” authorised this campaign directly, it is indeed in violation of their own webmaster guidelines, and thus the managers of Google should be held liable to fulfill a higher ethical standard, given the fact that they take such a strict action against similar defaulters.

How Technology will change Small & Medium sized Business

And here come 2012. The era of computing has seen some dramatic improvements in 2011. But what is interesting is the evolving focus of technology majors from large enterprises to small and medium sized businesses. So what could be the major movers and shakers for the next two years as we gear ourselves to ride this wave of technological evolution, more in terms of focus and perspective?

  1. Small and Medium Enterprises (Popularly called SMEs) will ride the wave on e-business offerings. The time has come when even the smallest service provider will leverage m-commerce to advertise his service range for the customer in serviceable range, with the growing popularity of location based services. Everyone with a mobile is potentially reachable through this technology, which is fast increasing in popularity. The fact that Forrester Research predicts m-commerce will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 39% through 2016, and that tablet adoption will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 56% per year through 2015, indicates Location Based Services have a really bright future.
  2. With the increased popularity of SaaS models in Information Technology offerings, small business can today harness the power of costly powerful technological resources, shared by multiple users, without shelving off millions of dollars. I foresee more and more focus of offerings in the domain of Business Intelligence, which are in a cloud model, for SMEs from the technology service providers. With the resources moved to a cloud, it would be possible to harness the power of ever improving processing capabilities to the available data and then leverage the information and knowledge and gain competitive advantage. The offerings of Business Intelligence on the cloud, should be of the greatest boon to the SMEs and should have a great rate of technology adoption.
  3. With the increasing access and penetration of the internet, the years to come may witness a growing proliferation of web based start-up ventures, which may operate purely on a click first e-business model. There may be a splurge of knowledge disseminating service providers or web-based internet marketers leveraging the power of affiliate marketing. However, it would remain to be seen whether this time the wave survives longer than the last wave which crumbled during the dotcom burst of the late 1990s. These pure-click e-business models may be further boosted by the integration of such business with the social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, the likes of which have seen a faster adoption amongst the consumers than any other technology.
  4. With a greater focus on web-based offerings, very soon SMEs will start harnessing the power of open source resources and applications, in the regular operations and transactions. Job monitoring, scheduling, live meeting and communications in general will start being more accessible to the SMEs without deep pockets. This may see a fast growth amongst businesses who are able to assimilate the benefits of the increasingly accessible technological offerings.
  5. Last, but not the least, technology may again be leveraged in providing social services. With the increasing focus on social marketing, and the issues centered on triple bottom line, sustainable governance structures may evolve amongst the SMEs which would be heavily leverage on the power of technological advances in general, and e-Business models in particular.

In short the next few years promises to deliver a lot to us. But to what extent the technology evolution and revolution will witness an adoption and assimilation in the SMEs will be interesting to monitor. What do you feel about this era of technological evolution and its impact on SMEs? Write to us.

Pricing of Information Technology

There are multiple approaches to pricing of information technology products and services.  Although pricing strategies differ based on whether the software or system is getting sold as a product or getting leased as a service, there are certain basic generic strategies for pricing the same. These strategies are being discussed in this article. Continue reading “Pricing of Information Technology”

How to build a Successful Business Model or a Business Plan?

Business Models are crucial for the success of an enterprise or even a startup. So what do you need to focus on while building up your business from scratch? A Business model or a Business Plan (B-Plan) helps you to plan this properly.

  • What are the firm’s core capabilities?
  • How does the firm deliver value to its clients? How does the network with its partners/collaborators (value chain) add to its core competencies. How does the value chain model collaborate with the firms current strategies?
  • What is the cost structure in the business vis-a-vis that of the firm?
  • How is the value proposition unique and sustainable in the long run?
  • How does the firm manage its distribution channels and relationships / liasons with the customers?
  • How is the targeted customer contacted, acquired and retained?
  • What are the sources of revenue and the structure of the same?
  • How does the vision/mission statement adhere with what the firm is doing now and what it is planning to do in the future.

FDI and Economic growth

The past decade was marked by the increasing role of foreign direct investment (FDI) in total capital flows. In the late 90s, FDI accounted for more than 50% of all private capital flows to developing countries. This growing change in the composition of capital flows has been synchronous with a shift in emphasis among policymakers in developing countries to attract more FDI, especially following the 1980s debt crisis and the recent turmoil in emerging economies. The rationale for increased efforts to attract more FDI arises from the belief that FDI has several positive effects which include productivity gains, technology transfers, the introduction of new processes, managerial skills, and know-how in the domestic market, employee training, international production networks, and access to markets.

If foreign firms introduce new products or processes to the domestic market, domestic firms may benefit from accelerated diffusion of new technology. In other situations, technology diffusion might occur from labor turnover as domestic employees move from foreign to domestic firms. These benefits, in addition to the direct capital financing it generates, suggest that FDI can play an important role in modernizing the national economy and promoting growth. Based on these arguments, governments often have provided special incentives to foreign firms to set up companies in their country.

While it may seem natural to argue that FDI can convey greater knowledge spillovers, a country’s capacity to take advantage of these externalities might be limited by local conditions. In an effort to further examine the effects of FDI on economic growth, research indicates the same from the recent emphasis on the role of institutions in the growth. In particular, there is great emphasis on the role of financial institutions and many economists argue that the lack of development of local financial markets can limit the economy’s ability to take advantage of potential FDI spillovers.

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This article had been written by Rajeev Malhotra and edited by Arpan Kar. Rajeev has done his Masters in Financial Engineering from an Ivy League B-School from the United States. Besides his MBA, he also holds a CA and a CFA degree. He is currently working with DSP Meryll Lynch, USA.

Google Priority Inbox-Revolutionizing emails

Check out what Google has to offer now along with its core offerings in email. Google is planning a launch of its priority inbox, where, each user will mark mails as being more important and less important. Based on the priorities of individual users, obtained from feedback and text analysis of the mails more viewed by the same, incoming emails will be prioritized.

And intelligence ensures that users don’t need to set up rules to make the sorting happen. The feature takes its cues from things like who users e-mail the most and what messages are open and replied to rather than being skipped over.

Priority Inbox is scheduled to be rolled out to all Gmail users over the next week or so. Users just have to look for the “New! Priority Inbox” link in the top right corner of their Gmail account.

E-Governance Failures – Can it be averted?

E-government, in short, allows the private sector to operate in areas that used to fall strictly within the public domain. The challenge for policy makers is to recognize that what is good for business is consistent with good government. Planners start with grand visions of on-line services but then flounder amid cross-agency squabbling. Or they fail to attract enough users or get sidetracked by expensive high-tech bells and whistles. Research on e-government efforts around the world has helped to identify three critical lessons for their proponents.

First, don’t underestimate the resistance of government employees to change. Washington State overcame this barrier by creating the Digital Information Academy. Mandated by the state’s governor, the academy helps departments map their existing services, encourages them to rethink the design of their services, and tries out new processes on focus groups. By involving government employees, the academy makes them less fearful and gives them a stake in e-government’s success. To ensure cooperation among departments, the governor required all of his chiefs to sign contracts stipulating the services they would put on-line within a specified time frame. When friction arises, the academy mediates.

Second, e-government services don’t justify the investment if citizens and businesses don’t use them. The majority of the people of almost every country don’t have Internet access (Exhibit 3), so e-government initiatives must include efforts to increase Internet penetration and usage. Most countries will have to develop channels other than personal computers in homes. In Dubai, for instance, where PC-based Internet penetration is under 15 percent but mobile-telephone penetration is over 50 percent, e-government will eventually adopt wireless applications. In Hong Kong, where Internet penetration is more than 40 percent, the government is nonetheless building e-government kiosks in shopping malls, supermarkets, and railway stations.

But access isn’t enough: e-government must also give the public financial or other incentives to use the Internet for transactions. In the United States, for example, people who file their tax returns on-line get their refunds deposited into their bank accounts within three weeks—half as long as it takes those who file paper returns to get a check in the mail. More than 30 percent of US tax returns are currently filed on-line.

Finally, e-government can be either a profit engine or a financial black hole, depending on the strategy and mind-set chosen. Its cost ranges from $30 million for department-specific efforts to over $100 million for fully integrated service portals. Unless vendors too invest at the outset, governments must justify these commitments by identifying, up front, the specific ways in which costs will be cut and users will be served more cheaply and conveniently. The National Information Consortium, for example, agreed to provide e-services to the citizens and businesses of the US state of Virginia in return for a cut of every transaction.

Why Technology Reuse fails

Today, a lot of stress is on code reuse, in the IT industry. In fact, the industry is thriving on the same. The problem is every business requirements have its very own set of specific needs which often are not met with by using standardized software packages and code modules, besides other barriers to success.  Ideally software should be designed to complement and automate business processes. But since this becomes costly, modules and packages are standardized and IT business analysts try to fit the standard things to all problem domains. The net result is mayhem and chaos. Continue reading “Why Technology Reuse fails”

Marketing using Technology-The Sales and Marketing Productivity Systems

Over the past three decades, subtle changes have taken place in the theory and practice of marketing which has been reshaping companies. These changes have also been evident in marketing and management related information systems. The transaction based view and relationship based view of marketing is no more. Today, it is the era of information marketing or as popularly called database marketing. Continue reading “Marketing using Technology-The Sales and Marketing Productivity Systems”

The Digital Age Cannot Resolve Everything

Its funny how much inadvertently we tend to depend more and more on technology to run our lives. So much so, we fail to understand how much it has actually taken control of the way we do our everyday work. While technology has, with no doubt, made its impression on the progress of mankind, what has it taken away? Few years hence, will we become toys in the hands of intelligent technologies, as our fiction movies sometimes depict? Continue reading “The Digital Age Cannot Resolve Everything”

Does the HP-Palm move make sense?

HP-Palm has become the hype that the mobile computing world could have done without. Is it really worth the hype? Will this $1.2 billion deal create waves in the already competitive market?
Hewlett Packard, the world leader in laptops (in terms of sales) has its own series of PDAs, less popularly known to the common man. The I-PAQ PDAs sold by HP does not rank among the top 10 PDA brands in terms of sales. With the focus shifting towards handheld computing devices, this may have been a desperate move by HP to claim its place in the competitive industry dominated by the likes of Blackberry, Apple, HTC, Nokia and O2. Continue reading “Does the HP-Palm move make sense?”

Have You Considered Affiliate Marketing?

Long story short, affiliate marketing is a way to make money by recommending a product or service to someone else. Think of it as a sales commission opportunity. While some businesses and companies charge a fee for affiliate membership, there are countless others that let you sign up for free. Before you jump the gun and become an affiliate for any and every affiliate program you see, take a few moments and consider the following:

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Philip Kotler on using IT for Marketing

Today, the dynamics of marketing are changing as rapidly than most marketers are comfortable about. Just a few days ago, the focus shifted from a transactional viewpoint to relationship marketing. Today the dynamics are again slowly shifting from relationship marketing to database marketing. Check out what the marketing guru Philip Kotler of Kellogg School of Management says about how understanding this change in dynamics will be crucial for senior managers of MNCs. Continue reading “Philip Kotler on using IT for Marketing”

5 Secrets on How to create a winning PPC Strategy

For all the online marketers, Pay Per Click (PPC) can be a really powerful strategy for online marketing, but if you don’t know what you are doing then PPC can drain your money in a day. PPC is one of internet advertising methods on websites that has created quite a stir. For example, Google, Yahoo, Bing, even Facebook, they all have PPC program, using which businessmen can advertise their products or websites, but the cost can be huge depending on how many clicks were clicked on your posted ads. Here are some tips for PPC program that will help you lower your cost for advertising and increase your sales or visits. Continue reading “5 Secrets on How to create a winning PPC Strategy”