In today’s high tech world where email addresses, FB, twitter, linkedin accounts and all other virtual identities have taken over our day to day life and the way we meet and exchange information. Still there is Business cards that are surviving, evolving and thriving and are making their presence felt as it is the most basic tangible …View full post
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In today’s high tech world where email addresses, FB, twitter, linkedin accounts and all other virtual identities have taken over our day to day life and the way we meet and exchange information.
Still there is Business cards that are surviving, evolving and thriving and are making their presence felt as it is the most basic tangible form of identity information that people share.
From tech entrepreneurs to freelancers everyone wants to make their presence felt and leave a good first impression when they meet a prospective client or customer, or even while meeting potential employees or just casual dinners with friends and family. At every given moment their is a need to leave a good first impression and business cards just help do that.
With technological advances now a days business cards come with USB port where you plug it in and get the contact details of the other person.
Get a QR code on your cards and other people can directly store your name and contact details in their phone.
Talk with visuals, with quality digital printing you can now convey your thoughts, better describe your business with visuals.
We at qamar media just do that. we help you leave a good first impression.
Visit our website for more information http://qamarmedia.com/
Or contact us at Info@qamarmedia.com
The below video is from Alex a phd holder on business model innvoation. The case studies, and various exercises that Alex mentions and recommends goes a long way in helping software businesses to innovate. The key concept is not only to have a good product or technology but also to have a good business model strategy to sell well and earn good revenue. Go through the video and I am sure you will enjoy a lot.
The default page on servers are
However many a times we come across scenarios where we do not want index.html page to be the landing page of the website or web application. May be sometimes during testing or QA phase we want to to open other page as the direct landing page. Well for those times we can use a simple html redirect code in index.html file and give path of the page that we want to open as default landing page.
Below code just does that , copy paste the code in your index.html file and give path of the page you want to open.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN”>
<title>Your Page Title</title>
<meta http-equiv=”REFRESH” content=”0;url=http://www.qamarmedia.com/”>
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Many of us are in the business of Information and communication technology. and either we provide a service/solution or sell a product to clients. gathering the requirements from clients is one of the toughest part.
At qamar media we are always on the look out of how to solve this issue and have outlined few points that i would like to share with you guys.
Listen and Understand
This is the core principle of beginning a long term business relationship with the client. never be in a hurry to sell the new technology that your company has to the customer. Listen to him completely and understand his problem and identify the pain areas in his business. Once you understood the problem it will be much easier to sell him/her a service or solution that he/she will like and use and come back to you for more as soon as he starts seeing the benefits.
So for example if automation using excel macros is the right thing to do to rectify the pain areas then offer him excel macros based solution do not offer him .web based jazzy tools, you might make more money initially but in the long run it will not help your business
How many times do we feel that clients are un-educated and un-informed and they dont even know basic stuff like html?
Well the answer is almost every client will be un aware of the ICT thats why he is a client and we are the ones offering him services/solutions.
So start educating the customers from Day one. start by conducting webinars, create documentation on every process details and share it with clients, send pdfs and ppts to clients to make them understand what you are offering and how it will be beneficial to them. Use visuals to put your point across.
Yeah that’s the age old saying and it holds true in the business of Information and communication technology, just be patient and make your moves accordingly do not always go for the kill.
Yes. How many times have we heard about this? Almost always, yet this is one area that we ignore the most.
Over the last few years we had the opportunity of working with some of the best agencies in mumbai and one lesson that we have learnt to successfully complete a project is creating proper documentation.
Well folks, thats it for now, hope you enjoy reading this.
For any questions or suggestions please drop a line at email@example.com or visit our site www.qamarmedia.com for more details.
As you build your timeline, divide the project into manageable chunks that correspond to deliverables. It’s easier to make progress if you can focus on smaller, less intimidating tasks.
SMART – standard project management principles – is a good guideline for structuring your milestones:
- Specific – Who will be responsible for what? When will it be due?
- Measurable-Don’t be vague. If possible, set a quantifiable goal. It should be easy to determine whether or not the milestone has, in fact, been achieved.
- Attainable and Realistic-There’s no point in promising the impossible. It is better to face schedule implications and risks upfront so that you can realistically define and accomplish goals.
- Timely – Milestones should be properly sequenced, based upon dependencies and allow time for the unforeseen.
Setting aside a specific time each day or week to work on the deliverables will help fight procrastination. The prospect of a looming and unstructured work session invites delay, whereas it’s relatively easy to make time for 30-60 minutes per day/week of concentrated effort. The regular scheduling of project meetings and status updates will provide further motivation.