The research announced in our previous post is ready! You will find the way to download the full report (17 pages PDF file) at the end of the post.
Key findings (extracts from the report)
The chart below shows the volume of the deals that 5 group buying web sites reported for the period of the research (01 Sep to 25 Oct 2010):
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One common question for business, that wants to accept money online is what is in general possible in Australia. The presentation below provides a good summary of available options and differences between processing via own merchant account and without it.
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Checking testimonials is a common way to evaluate the product or service you consider to purchase. What could be better than hear a feedback from people who already use it?
Unfortunately, testimonials are not as reliable as we may think and I will explain why below.
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Selecting the web agency that’s right for your particular needs depends on what you want to accomplish. Selecting the right company can also be very confusing and the price of the mistake can be high.
There are a number of things to consider when selecting a web agency to work with your business. This article contains a short guide that can help you in the process.
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If you still not sure, should your business run the prospect IT project, that tool from leading US research company Forrester Research will help you to make a right decision. The tool consists from two sets of questions:
- about resources and efforts you need to invest
- about values and benefits that the project brings
Each answer adds some score to the one of that (cost or benefit) sides and as a result the project is classified .
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Recently I took part in answering LinkedIn question “how to select righ web agency?”. I believe that information posted there would be useful both for people thinking about ordering web design and development and for web agencies who care about their business. I will quote my own advice, for rest you are welcome to visit link at the end of post.
– references from customers of that agency. It is important to hear what clients say;
– size. For some tasks and some clients smaller agencies may be better, while for others the bigger partners are preferred;
– delivery model. It is neither good or bad, but you often need to know, where your agency developers are situated. From one hand, if they are offshore, it may explain the lower price, suspicious otherwise. From the other hand, If your project may require on-site job, you will need an agency with local specialists.
Check this link for full Q&A