The potential of earning online and the huge possibility of the advancement of our business has never been made easier with the help of the World Wide Web. The traditional business of having to setup an actual store, investing on the materials, paying for tax etc… is now almost obsolete as investors are looking the new wave of making business which is done online. This is truly a fact that no one can refute!
With all the possibilities that the World Wide Web bought us, it can’t be helped that someone would actually take advantage of it. It’s common now a days for someone to be scammed while doing transactions online as the website they’re transacting with is fraudulent. This has been a very alarming news especially to us netizens as our source of income normally comes from our business online. The World Wide Web’s loss of credibility can spell the lose of business to no business at all. Thinking about this, we should make sure that our website should look, feel or at least have a proof of credibility to the web users if we want their business. How do we make our site credible to their eyes…? Here are the tips.
Skeptics might even want to meet the owner first before doing the transaction just to prove that owner’s real. Something like this can only happen if you have your contact information on your website. Never underestimate this logic as there are literally thousands and millions of people that’s been scammed online. Although they enjoy doing business online due to the convenience, it can’t be helped that they might feel uneasy doing business with you or for anyone online for that matter due to their past experience of being scammed.
For those who do extensive background checks before doing any transactions, showing them your portfolio just might establish your credibility. Having your portfolio can give them a chance to look your previous works and perhaps even contact your previous clients just to be desperately sure that you’re really. Make sense? ( Of course is does!)
Something like this would establish that you the owner isn’t just a spam but someone’s in-fact managing the site personally.
Always remember that gaining someone’s trust is an essential step of making business. Without trust, you can be a hundred percent sure that no one’s going to take you seriously much less the product or services that you’re selling.
Two years ago, Apple introduced a touch-screen tablet computer to the public called iPad touch. This was followed several months later with Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet. Although the introduction of both touch-screens were all and good, the most current technology news today is no less than Google’s own brand of tablet. Interesting huh? It has announced on July 13th, Friday that they’ve started shipping the pre-orders of its first self-branded tablet named as Nexus 7. Since then, there has been a tremendous demand of the gadget in the market.
Google designed its tablet as a Wi-Fi only device that serves as a gateway to the Web and Web-based content such as movies and music. It wants the public to use its services in the cloud instead of providing extensions such as USB ports, SD card slots or HDMI out to the gadget itself. It also achieved its objective of offering a higher-resolution display with a 16:9 aspect ratio in a seven inch screen. Though the tablet is light enough to be kept inside a jacket pocket or a handbag, its big enough to watch videos on. Due to its lightweight and a nicely contoured back making it more portable and nice looking, some distributing companies listed the device as being out of stock on their websites just as of Friday.
What’s more interesting with this current technology news is the factor that most people consider when choosing a gadget which is their affordability, price, without compromising the quality of the device. Good news with Nexus 7 tablet, aside from its good quality and credible features, comes with a very affordable price for all at $ 199. Nexus 7 didn’t disappoint Google when competing with Apple’s iPad and Amazon’s Kindle Fire as it has been fast selling across retail chains as well as flooded with overwhelming reviews from major gadget reviewers.
They chose not to add the rotating screen feature that most tablets have in Google’s Nexus 7. This that’s because of the vast reviews by tablet users that once they hold their tablet into a landscape manner, it’ll automatically rotate itself leading to some strange transitions. Another innovating feature of this current technology news of Google is the use of Android mobile software as its operating system, which has never been used before in a tablet market. The choice of Google in using Android makes it more familiar to consumers even if they’ve not used it yet.