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  “We Went Back To The Web” Dixon Chan, Co-Founder of US$6M Funded Burpple says its re-focused back to the Web because that’s where it gets most of its new customers. Hosting a closed door session, Dixon Chan,  co-founder of food review app Burpple, said what many of us in the industry were thinking. Even […]

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December 27, 2016 ecommerce 0 comments

From  Thunderquote Price Guide For Website Development In Singapore (Ecommerce, Mobile Responsive, CMS, WordPress) | ThunderQuote Posted on 23rd December, 2016 by Thunderquote Factors which you need to consider when making a website are: Size of business Rough Budget Competition Review Existing Content Need for a writer Frequency of updates Need for multiple languages Number […]

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By now you know that speed kills. Or rather the lack of speed on your website kills your business. Why? Search Ranking Suffer Google hates slow sites. If your website is slow, it’s probably going to rank very poorly in search, meaning customers will not find you on the search. Why wordpress is so slow… […]

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#1 You Want Control Some businesses want to control their data and their website their IP. There’s always a ‘what if’ when data is stored somewhere else. There’s also a ‘what if’ the company you are hosting with drops in service and quality or if they start raising prices. If you are using SAAS it […]

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Reposted from Hamzah Alsagoff 2016 will see the deepening of several ongoing trends that are shrinking the gap between ecommerce and physical retail. This year, retailers will look to leverage better fulfillment options, local advertising tools, offline attribution and omnichannel tools, as explored in a new eMarketer report, “US Holiday Ecommerce Preview 2016: Mobile to Fuel […]

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October 14, 2016 Coding ecommerce 0 comments

Over the last few months, we have been researching how to deliver quality mobile apps within time and on budget. Despite what a lot of companies are saying and doing, developing for mobile is very expensive. Why is that? We Don’t Cookie Cutter If you’re just pushing out an app, then perhaps some quick development […]

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October 12, 2016 Business Coding ecommerce 0 comments

Why not do it yourself or get cheap site?   By: Daniel Ndukwu, Made a lot, lost a lot, and I’m still doing both. Founder of the Experiment – On Quora   I’ll just illustrate this with something we all know and love. Jewelry. Why would you pay $10,000 for this:   But only $5 […]

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  Long Live Yii2 There’s been all sorts of talk about other competing Frameworks or development styles in PHP and I’ll just like to set the record straight. I love Yii2 (Yii all). Why? 1. It’s Fast As a developer, I want my visitors to spend as little time as possible waiting. Yii2 is lightning […]

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It’s a familiar scene. I’m sitting in front of a client pointing out all the improvements they could make to their eCommerce platform when the client turns around and says, “We’re already struggling and I do not even have 10 minutes while we’re fighting to get business.” If this sounds familiar than chances are you’re […]

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You’ve heard about Ecommerce –  how millions of people have stopped going to shopping malls and are now using their fingers to do the walking. As a business owner, you have decided to embrace the change by setting up your own online store. But what are the things to look out for?   It Pays […]

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