Monday, May 30, 2016
Monday, January 04, 2016
Today's online shopping portal has totally evolved. From a world of auction listing bidding and winning to mobile apps integration. Added to it comes seamless e-commerce shopping carts powered by www.google.com, www.amazon.com, www.paypal.com, www.square.com and many more. Gone are the days you have to re run your credit cards or input the numbers manually then you get the continued decline messages even though you haven't really use your credit line.
Online websites such as ours at Affordable Books have been undergoing reengineering as not only does it needs to be socially interactive and seamless it needs to be mobile device friendly.
Hence from the traditional html/css protocol and API integration we had to wake up and operate differently in this new age.
So I guess the thing to think about is being mobile friendly on your online selling presence being easy user friendly and seamless.
Thursday, December 31, 2015
Friday, November 28, 2008
Christmas 2008 is here finally. A new story begins having elected a new President for Change in America while the Global economy succumbed with fear of job losses, foreclosures and bankruptcies.
As we look forward on what 2009 will bring, let us reflect on a more positive outlook. The elections and campaigning are over. Gone are the Joe the Plumber anecdotes and trickles of terror attacks are on the other side of the world. Come to think of it all of this chaos is simply cause by the disastrous effects of a global recession and poverty.
Although it is good to be current on world events, painting the picture towards hope is a challenge for each and everyone of us. As we survive each day thankful that we are still alive, perhaps a little optimism will help us go through each day.
We might not be heard and even be forgotten by the new Washington politicians waiting to check out their offices in Washington come January 2009. But the fact is we have done our part to elicit change and pave the way for the new direction needed.
As we celebrate a new season of change and joy, let us not forget that having hope is a necessary part of living our lives.
Sunday, August 24, 2008
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Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Tens of millions of Americans rely upon an open Internet in their daily lives. Our elected leaders must protect our basic right to communicate from those who want to take it from us. The legislation calls for a nationwide series of public hearings about what the future of the Internet should look like a an important step to bring these crucial issues into the light of day.
Please help in this effort by joining Reps. Markey and Pickering in support of the bipartisan Internet Freedom Preservation Act. Thank you.
Saturday, October 27, 2007
For those of you who are broke like me, did you know that the new way to spend halloween is through web surfing a la trick a treat.
http://youtube.com/watch/alexesguerra or perhaps visit some of my blogs at:
http://wordpress.com/adleinternational or here at www.blogspot.com
So still enjoy the candy and by the way since your reading my blog where's my TREAT?
Happy Hallowen to everyone!
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