Hello to everyone. First of all let me say that I know that there are TONS of threads with the same subject. BUT the other threads are dealing with PHP vs ASP question in general and I have a specific question. :) So, I have to choose between PHP and ASP.NET for my final year project to the university. I have learned that is good to make a thesis on something that you will put on your CV and count for later reference for job or possibly a masters degree. So my question is, what is most popular in the …

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Hi everyone I started a news website about 15 days ago and have been getting on average about 7 clicks a day from google and bing haven't even indexed my site... It have many categories and it is kinda big since I have about 1900 posts since the lunch... Google have so far indexed 3500 links to my site (posts, pages, categories, tags, etc) or of about 5000 total submitted. I get between 150 impressions and 450 search impressions per day and have had more than 500 unique visits since the lunch and 34% are organic. The thing is I …

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Today,Finding new customers is becoming more difficult. Go to market strategy help practical tips on how to prepare to enter the marketplace with your product. I'm looking tips to build an effective go-to-market strategy quickly and efficiently. Thanks!

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Hi : I'm running one shopping cart with prestashop which is working good, now I want the market place in my cart which is similar to ebay.com and olx.com in which the user can post their product in our store and sell their product. I want to integrate the functionality in my cart it is possible, or else any add-on is available for this if is available as free or cost kindly provide me the link I'm Ready to pay for that. & also I need the Auction to be done for the same cart.

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Hi, I just started a online business, finished developing my website and need good advice on marketing my website to get traffic and people to signup. Its www.moneypinkpower.com

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The mini-supermarket already has a list of product names and their corresponding type (soap, oil, milk, cheese, etc….) included in it initially. The user menu displays the following operations: (Hint: Use the function gets to read an array of characters including spaces) - Insert a product (name, type) - Display products of (selected) type, i.e. the user select a type and display all products’ names in this type - Search product by name (if exist, display its name, and its type)“linear search - display all products, their names and corresponding type, as they had enterd.

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Over the last couple of days the online media seems to have gone crazy for the news that the Google Chrome web browser client has overtaken Microsoft Internet Explorer to become the most popular browser on the planet. This based entirely upon the fact that, for a single week, and according to figures from the StatCounter service, Chrome reached a 32.76% share against the 31.94% share enjoyed by Internet Explorer. But does this really mean that Chrome is now the number one client, and should web developers be giving more design love to it than Internet Explorer as a result? …

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Hello guys, Working on a stock market table with rates of different currencies. What I would like to achieve is that i have an array of rates and would like the difference of today and the previous day, and it works, but i'm getting an empty value for the first row, which i dont know how to escape. while($arr = mysql_fetch_array($sql)) { if(!is_null($previous) && $previous['euro'] == $arr['euro']) { $euro = ''; $usd = ''; } else { $euro = $previous['euro']-$arr['euro']; $usd = $previous['usd']-$arr['usd']; $huf = $previous['huf']-$arr['huf']; if('-'.$arr['euro'] == $euro) { $euro_ok = null; $usd_ok = null; $huf_ok = null; } …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]22851[/ATTACH]Thought Apple had the tablet market sewn up? Think again. And it's not Android but apathy that's the problem according to new research. Yep, if you thought Apple had the whole tablet computing market sewn up tighter than a zombies' mouth, you would be wrong according to newly published research which, while confirming the iPad as market leader, points towards a far from certain future when it comes to convincing the average consumer (as opposed to early adopting gadget geeks) that tablet computing is for them. A new study of UK consumers has shed some interesting light on the attitudes …

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The business world might still be struggling to shake off the recession but one sector has been enjoying truly extraordinary growth: the search market. What's more, according to digital metrics specialist [URL="http://www.comscore.com/"]comScore[/URL], one company has dominated this booming marketplace and unsurprisingly it is called Google. Of the 131 billion searches conducted around the globe during the month of December, an astonishing 87.8 billion of them (or 66.8 percent of the global search market if you prefer) were made using Google. And not all of them were [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story247799.html"]searching for sex[/URL] or [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story232001.html"]long lost messages[/URL]. Google owned sites enjoyed a 58% increase …

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The Android has landed. 17 percent of people in the U.S. currently planning to buy a smartphone within the next three months are considering one that runs Google's mobile OS, while 20 percent indicated that iPhone would be their choice. That's according to [url=http://comscore.com/Press_Events/Press_Releases/2009/12/Android_Crashing_the_Smartphone_Party]a report released yesterday[/url] by analyst firm comScore. The survey, conducted in November, polled 2,300 people. What will be the next [url=http://gizmodo.com/5397539/david-pogue-smartphone-is-too-limitedits-an-app-phone]app phone[/url] you buy for yourself? Will it be one you most like to use yourself, or the one that you plan to write apps for? Perhaps it will be both. Two years ago, the answer …

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Hi all, just came to give a quick introduction to myself. My names Nick, Im an SEO consultant in the UK and very much enjoy chatting away about optimisation tecniques and strategies etc. etc. I work for different companies as well as have a few sites of my own. Im interested in learning more about advertisment optimisation at the moment and am always intregued by studies that involve focus groups, monitoring user patterns etc etc ( I have a background in market research lol) So anyway, Im quite active in other forums and look forward to getting to know you …

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I recently came across a Wall Street Journal piece about branded online communities (link below) and the author talked about how while Lego was looking to come out with a new line of products they tapped into an online community for people who are Lego enthusiasts set up by people who are Lego enthusiasts. The basic thrust of the article is how companies that set up branded online communities as an extension of their marketing effort can turn these communities into market research tools, early warning systems for customer concerns and complaints and customer loyalty building tools. The author pointed …

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Having already been accused of [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/23321/1231/"]killing common sense[/URL] with some bizarre App Store [URL="http://www.itpro.co.uk/blogs/daveyw/2009/02/10/apple-bans-bouncing-barack-and-trouserless-bill/"]listing decisions[/URL], now it seems that an Apple sans Steve Jobs could be treading the path towards total market madness. Apple is displaying all the signs of losing the plot: announcing a raft of new desktops just as Gartner is forecasting that desktop shipments will fall by a full 32 percent year on year. If that were not enough reason to dust off the corporate straitjacket, how about the small matter of the recession which is hitting us all and that includes the buyer of IT. Apple …

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The End.