Stay out of Trouble with your Adsense a/c using these Tips

We’ve given you many optimization tips over the years, and, as you know, it’s important to consider how your ad implementations affect not only your click-through rate, but your users’ and advertisers’ experience as well. To support this, we’d like to …

Google has very clear guidelines outlined for placement of Adsense ads on any publisher’s website. As per google, “It’s important to consider how your ad implementations affect not only your click-through rate, but your users’ and advertisers’ experience as well”. Continue reading “Stay out of Trouble with your Adsense a/c using these Tips”

PHP 4 End of Life Announcement

Ask your development team to make your website suitable to run on PHP 5. For documentation on migration from PHP4 to PHP5, please check migration guide available on PHP website.

The PHP development team, on 13-July-2007, has announced End of Life for PHP4. As per the notice on www.php.net support for PHP4 will continue till 31-Dec-2007 only.

Hence it is strongly suggested that you ask your development team to make your website suitable to run on PHP 5. For documentation on migration from PHP4 to PHP5, please check migration guide available on PHP website (www.php.net).

Web designers, Clients and their Domain Names

It’s a rampant practice followed by so called web designers to register their client’s domain names with their (web designers and not clients) own details. This is a complete lose-lose situation for clients. Most of the time clients thinks they have the total control of their domain name while the designer fool him with giving just hosting (FTP) controls.

What the Problem is?

Mostly in India and moreover all over the world, it’s a rampant practice followed by so called web designers to register their client’s domain names with their own (web designers and not clients’) details. This is a complete lose-lose situation for clients. So called web designers’ first motive is to ensure that they take control of their clients’ domain names so that the client has no choice but to stay with the same designer, or lose his domain name in the process. Continue reading “Web designers, Clients and their Domain Names”

Client not paying Money after getting work Done, How to get my dues?

Client not paying Money after getting work Done, How to get my dues? This is one problem area which most of the small designers / design companies face one time or the other. Put client’s detail on your website under a defaulter’s list and write all circumstances there. May be the client feels sudden change of heart and agrees to pay you.

This is one problem area which most of the small designers / design companies face one time or the other. First of all you, as a designer, have to analyze as why the client didn’t pay??

The project was delayed?? Finished Project was not as discussed earlier?? If yes, then what caused this? Continue reading “Client not paying Money after getting work Done, How to get my dues?”