Web deployment

 Deploying to the web is a risky business at least in some situations.

 

In many ways, the idea of deploying on the web has changed over time, with so many browsers fighting for market share like unruly brothers and sisters or puppies if you will.

This constant development and cycles which cause massive headaches for many different vendors, should stop, however that is not likely to happen, web deployment is something that is gaining in popularity not only because it is something that we need but because there are so many apps that exist on mobile devices that consumers are finding it difficult to manage the massive number of apps that perhaps are not well managed, or do not close, or eat up processing power, or cause the batteries to fail.

 

Perhaps Steve was right perhaps apps do cause more harm if they are not managed correctly. 

 

Why it makes more sense to deploy to the web…

 

There are many very good reasons to use a deployment for certain operations that are not related to hard data, the number one consideration should be network congestion, that is the biggest problem for many companies, congestion causes lost hours in production, creates over time, causes frustration for clients and consumers alike.

It only makes sense to manage non sensitive deployments this way because you can release those resources that were being “hogged up” by non essential application and move the resources where they really need to be used.

Providing solutions that relive the clients problems is paramount, it only makes sense to use a better method of distribution. That method is increasingly a web only deployment, if your organization is frustrated by obsolete software which fails to provide the kind of productivity you really need consider the option of using an added internal or external network that can both relieve the congestion and provide a better end user experience.

 

 


Why Jail broken is so in?

Just one of the many services that you just cannot get on your own device you pay for….

Do you think this is right?

Blue tooth is allegedly being blocked off by apple which would allow many disabled users to be able to make use of blue tooth devices on the ipad and ipod touch yet they refuse allegedly to allow it, why is that?

Is your mobile device in Apple Hell?

With an estimated four out of ten apple device owners jail breaking into their devices in order to get the apps they really want you just have to wonder why?

So do you jail break your device?

One of the things that people are sick of is how apple is so into deciding what can and cannot be done using hardware that apple sells you, what right does apple have to regulate what you do with what you pay them for? Imagine how simple this could be. Simple, when you cant get the apps you want, well guess what there is an app for that. Many people want to know why it is that so may people are jail breaking their apple devices, for one reason they like the idea of being able to do what they want to do with the equipment that they purchased at a price that is not discounted. So one might ask if users are paying premium prices for merchandise then why are those devices so restricted? ?The Apple iPhone – Downloads and Piracy One of the biggest things that customers want they purchase a cell phone is simplicity. People want to make their calls quickly and they need to be able to access their contact lists without a fuss. The Apple iPhone makes this easy. This is why is has become so popular. That popularity has its downfall. There are many programs that can hack into the iPhone and undo the security that Apple has put into it. So what is the link between with the Apple iPhone, downloads and piracy? It is amazing that Apple has been able to pack so many features into one small device. The Apple iPhone includes widgets. These are simple but powerful programs that allow you to keep tabs on things like the weather, stocks, news and more. Everything that you could want or need to know is right there, available for you to use whenever you need it. Apple knew that downloads for their iPhone would be a hot commodity. Other software manufacturers and programming gurus know this too. They are getting into the downloadable software scene too. Many websites are geared to the iPhone user. To find them all you need to do is search for them using your favorite search engine. Some iPhone-approved websites are member’s only sites that offer unlimited content such as videos, movies, music, games, and more. These websites also have free iPhone themes that you can load onto your iPhone. On many iPhone sites, there are no download restrictions on content, music, games or other items than can be transferred to your iPhone. The only limitation is the space available on your phone. You might even be able to find a website that offers a membership bonus, like the free software or CD’s. A popular feature with the iPhone is the ease in downloading. This is not always easy however. Sometimes the iPhone can balk at high download speeds and takes can take its time. Slow transfer rates frustrate many iPhone users. Many younger users are used to instant downloading. Slow speeds frustrate them. For teens and those in their early 20’s, 15 seconds is a long time. Knowing about potential lags in download time allows you to plan your downloads during off-peak hours. This is the case with any download from the internet. iPhone approved websites as well as non-approved (pirate sites) give you a plethora of download options. There is a good reason to use an iPhone-approved website. These sites ensure the highest standards in MP3 downloads and they assure their membership that no malware will be hidden contained in downloads or on the website. If you are more adventurous and very careful about spyware and the like, you can use unauthorized websites. Unless your phone has a problem, it may not seem like a big deal to use unauthorized software. However, if you run into a problem, Apple will void the warranty and they may lock your phone. This is one way that the Apple iPhone, downloads, and piracy are all related. Apple does not allow others to produce software for the iPhone. This is due to their proprietary operating system. However, third parties can produce peripheral devices (like headphones and docking stations). Those restrictions never bother hackers (both white and black hats). Not surprisingly, hackers have broken into the iPhone’s code. This is why you see ads for “unlocked” iPhones. Pirated software disables the internal “firewall” of the iPhone, thus making it possible to use other cell phone providers other than AT&T. Apple is working at a frenzied pace on a firmware update to curtail pirating. The apple iPhone, downloads, and piracy are hot topics on the internet. If you are looking for expert advice for your iPhone, look no further than the internet. You can find many blogs and websites with important iPhone information. This is peripheral that combines function, fashion and form into one. With a statement that an iPhone makes, why not see if an iPhone will work for you.


affiliate amazon

Companys like linkshare, and even google affiliate, are great opportunities to make a little spare change and if your really good you can create a decent part time income, but can you really make big money selling affiliate products?

 

The answer is yes you can but it does take some work when dealing with millions of affiliates out there you have to be better than your competition.

Affiliate marketing programs has never been as popular before as it is today. 

Why? 

here can be a number of reasons. 

The most probable reason, however, could be the fact that the benefits of affiliate marketing have become clearer to a lot of people now than they were before.

Today, both the merchants and the affiliates can see clearly that affiliate marketing can work for both of them.  The merchant sees affiliate marketing today as the chance to advertise their products at a lower cost.  The affiliates, on the other hand, sees affiliate marketing as an easy way of earning profits online by doing what they like most, and that is by creating websites.

Just as the popularity of affiliate marketing has shifted into greater heights, so has the people’s outlook about it changed.  No longer is affiliate marketing considered today as an alternative method for the merchant to advertise his products, or as a source of additional income for the affiliates. 

For merchants and affiliates alike, affiliate marketing is now considered as a main source of profits and revenues.

So the question now is what type of affiliate marketing will work best for you?  Are all affiliate marketing programs the same?  Are the benefits the same?  Or are there affiliate marketing programs that work better than the others?

There are actually different types or classes of affiliate marketing, and the number of types will depend on how one will classify them.  The most basic affiliate marketing programs, however, falls under two categories: pay-per-click (PPC), and pay-per-performance (PPP).

Pay Per Click (PPC)

PPC is the most popular type of affiliate marketing for affiliates with small websites, and probably the easiest way for them to earn money.  In this affiliate marketing type, the merchant pays his affiliate whenever a visitor is referred to his site, that is whenever someone clicks through the merchant’s banner or text ads.  The affiliate gets paid a certain amount even if the visitor he referred does not purchase anything from the merchant’s site.  However, typical fees for PPC affiliate programs are small, usually not exceeding a dollar for every click.

Pay Per Performance (PPP)

PPP affiliate marketing is the most popular among merchant and is also the most lucrative type for the affiliates.  In this type of affiliate program, the merchant only pays the affiliate whenever his referral translates into an auction that is whenever the visitor he has referred actually buys something from the merchant’s site or when the visitor becomes a lead.  This means a lot of savings for the merchant.  On the other hand, it becomes the most lucrative type for the dedicated affiliate, for commissions in PPP affiliate marketing usually comes in the range of 15% to 20% of the actual product sales.

Pay-per-performance affiliate marketing can be further classified into two popular types: pay-per-sales (PPS) and pay-per-lead (PPL).

 Pay Per Sale (PPS)

In a pay-per-sale type of affiliate marketing, the merchants pay the affiliate a certain fee whenever the visitor he has referred to the merchant’s site actually buys something from the merchant’s site.  Affiliates are often paid on commission basis, although other merchants would opt to pay a fixed fee.  But no matter what the basis of the fee is, it is generally higher than the fee paid to affiliates in a pay-per-click affiliate program.

Pay Per Lead (PPL)

The pay-per-lead type of affiliate marketing is a slight variation of the PPS type and is often used by insurance and finance companies and other companies who rely on leads for their company to grow.  In this type of affiliate marketing, the affiliate is paid whenever the visitor he referred to the merchant’s site fills up an application form or any similar form related to the business of the company.  Compensation for this type of affiliate marketing is based on a fixed fee whose rates approximate that of the fixed fee in the PPS type.

Aside from these three specific types of affiliate marketing, a lot of other affiliate marketing types exist.  If the classification is based on the depth of the affiliate network, it can be classified as single-tier, two-tier, and multi-tier affiliate marketing.  There is also another type of affiliate marketing that pays the affiliate each time the customer he has referred purchases something from the merchant’s site.

Single-Tier, Two-Tier, and Multi-Tier Affiliate Marketing

These types of affiliate marketing are based on the different levels or tiers in the affiliate network by which payments are made.  In a single-tier affiliate marketing program, the affiliates are only paid based on the direct sales or traffic he has referred to the merchant.  All the previously mentioned affiliate marketing types (i.e. PPS< PPL, and PPC) fall under the single-tier classification.  In two-tier affiliate marketing programs, the affiliate is not only paid for the direct traffic or sales that he refers to the merchant’s site, but also on every traffic or sales referred by various other affiliates who joined the affiliate program through his recommendation.  Multi-tier affiliate marketing works the same way, although the affiliate gets additional commission for a wider number of affiliates in different tiers in the affiliate network. Residual Income Affiliate Marketing In residual income affiliate marketing, the affiliate gets paid not only once for every customer he has referred to the merchant’s site.  Rather, the affiliate is also paid whenever the customer he has referred returns to the site and purchase another product.  Compensation for such type of affiliate marketing is based on either sales percentage commission or fixed fee basis. The different affiliate marketing types would virtually work differently for merchants and affiliates alike, and each would generally have their own list of benefits.  Which type of affiliate marketing will work best for you?  It is not really for me to tell.  Rather, it is for you to choose which type of affiliate marketing program will suit your needs and characteristics best.