Developing software

There are many unique software products online today and many of them are of good quality there are many more that are of a sub standard quality. 

Developing good solid software can be very difficult it requires a lot of careful consideration and thought it only makes sense that planning take at least as long as production perhaps even longer since poor planning can sap the sales of any digital product failure to plan and think out the needs and the features of a software product will rob you of the profits potential of your development every single time.

This seems a little odd to me since this is a truth that cannot be contradicted yet this is also the single most often made mistake.

Planning and development plus testing equals a great opportunity to make money selling a digital product if your planning on selling a digital product you should carefully consider the needs your product will meet well in advance of spending the money you will make.

It is true that some of the most substantial fortunes made in this century were made in the digital software market.

However the truth is that none of these software products save one were produced and developed with failure in mind.

If you really want to develop good software and other digital products finding a good planner is something that you must do and do very well if you hope to succeed in this very competitive market.

 

 


buying software online

 

 How do you know you can trust that you will be getting real software

There are many different places online where they offer you a discount for buying software, however very often you may not be getting what you think you are getting here are a few things to watch out for when considering buying software online.  

buying software on ebay can be a risky thing, so make sure you understand some of the things you may want to know about a software vendor.

  1. Version what version are you getting is it a full version or is it an educational version, is it an upgrade?
  2. Watch out for tricks that some vendors may try to play on you.
  3. beware of ebay sellers with little or no feedback…
  4. check out a vendors previous auctions and feedback.
  5. Google that vendor to see if there have been complaints in the past.
  6. Avoid vendors that offer to sell you a deep discounted software program, (it might be counterfeit)
  7. Send them an email, if they reply and answer your questions, (all of them) then you will know more about them.

The bottom line is that if you are not careful you could end up spending money on software and getting nothing in return be fully aware of a websites policies concerning selling and how vendors work in that company. Some companies will tell you in the fine print that they do not cover you if a vendor has no feedback or they have less feedback this is not a good thing and if you find a company like that the best thing to do is to avoid them entirely. Take for example, Ebay.com here is an auction for software that is very popular, try out our process, check the vendor out, see what their feedback is, find out if they have complaints, and contact them to see if they reply to your questions about the auction items.