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Mar 14

Creative, custom & affordable web design services India

By mikefilsaime | Private Label Rights

Web designing basically involves creating web sites and web pages using HTML, JavaScript, CSS and many other web technologies such as PHP and Dot Net. Web design can be defined as the skill of creating hypertext presentations of the normal page content and providing its services to the end users through the web browsers.

A company’s website should not only be informative and elucidative but also should be attractive and soothing to look at. A web site should be designed so that when a customer visits the web site, they are pleased and are compelled to visit again. A good website is the key to the success of your business.  You can make your page dynamic and animated through the use of multimedia, flash etc.

Creating a web site which is liked by the visitors depends upon certain crucial factors which include:

1.       Proper planning – The most important part of web designing is planning. This has to be done before you start designing your website. It should be clear that what is going to be displayed on the website. The business focus should be clear.

2.       Original web content– The content which is added on your website should be original. It should also be free from grammatical mistakes because these mistakes send a very bad impression on your customers. 

3.       Cross browser compatibility – A website is complete only when it works on the widely used browsers. There are so many web browsers people use, of them, internet explorer, Mozilla Fire fox, opera and many more like this are common. So your website should be designed such that it works on most of the browsers.

4.       Proper linking – Many a times it happens that your web links are not working properly. This keeps the visitors away from visiting the web site again. So you should keep checking your links if they are working correctly working or not.

5.       Avoidance of too many pop up windows – You should make minimum use of pop up windows as it irritates the visitors.

6.       Avoiding frames – Frames make it difficult for the users to bookmark pages on your website so it’s better not to use frames.

Web site design is an easy task, if you keep in mind, the above mentioned points while designing websites.

Are you looking for creative, result driven, forward thinking Web Design Company India, then you’ve come to the right place. ArohaTech, a web development company, has more than 2 years of experience in web development services. We have more than 40 skilled web designers who have done excellent work in the field of web designing till now. So it would be a perfect option to hire our web designers for designing your websites.

The web design services provided by ArohaTech include custom website designing, Ecommerce website designing, web 2.0 based designing and many more. Our web developers so far have hands on experience on Joomla Template design, Flash Website Designing, Oscommerce customization template design, Brochure/ Catalog Designing, Logo Designing, News Ad, Posters / Flyer Design and Graphic Banners (Animated).

Jun 14

WordPress meets jQuery (Five Underground Plugins)

By mikefilsaime | Private Label Rights

More and more people are catching on to jQuery and understanding its power. Now WordPress has finally embraced jQuery, and it looks like things are getting pretty heated.

What makes WordPress so special is its wonderful ability to be customized and changed, and what makes jQuery the hot kid on the block is its impressive animation techniques.

In this article, I will be sharing a few of my personal favorite Underground WordPress+jQuery plugins.

1. jQuery Lightbox
This is a WordPress plugin that creates a nice lightbox for images on your blog. jQuery lightbox works with WordPress 2.2 or higher. Recently, professional bloggers started using images to describe their posts, so this plugin will definitely spice up your site.

2. GD Star Rating plugin
This allows you to set up rating system for posts, pages, and comments in your blog, which will help your readers feel more connected to your blog.

3. jQuery Comment Preview
Ever wanted to give your readers the ability to instantly preview comments? jQuery Comment Preview is a useful plugin that will make your readers appreciate your site more by giving them more control over what a comment should look like.

4. uAudio Player
Marketers, you need this. No questions asked. uAudio is a slim (450 Bytes!), fast plugin to create a flash mp3 player when mp3 links are clicked. Now when you done writing your blog post, you can simply add a quick mp3 audio to give it that personal touch.

5. SimpleModal Contact Form
SimpleModal Contact Form uses Ajax to utilize the jQuery JavaScript library and the SimpleModal jQuery plugin.

By Lucius Saltibus
This article first appeared in the April 2009 issue of the MarketingDotCom newsletter. You can get a free copy of the latest issue for the price of shipping at

Jun 10

Hiring a Bookkeeper and/or Accountant – Part 3 of 4

By mikefilsaime | Private Label Rights

Hiring a bookkeeper or accountant can be a stressful ordeal, especially for someone who doesn’t understand accounting to begin with. In this article, I will cover the differences between bookkeepers and accountants and some of the basic qualifications a business owner should look for in each.

What is a Bookkeeper?
Bookkeepers keep financial records that track a company’s revenues, expenditures, profit and loss, cash flow, and other financial activities. Bookkeepers usually work for the accounting departments of their companies. Bookkeepers use computer programs (QuickBooks, Peachtree) to do their record keeping.

There are two types of bookkeepers: general and full-charge. The general bookkeeper posts invoices, pays bills, make deposits, and produces very basic financial statements along with other administrative tasks. The general bookkeeper is good for small business with minimal transactions. The full-charge bookkeeper performs the tasks of a general bookkeeper but can also process payroll, prepare certain sales tax reports, and prepare more comprehensive financial reports.

A full charge bookkeeper has more than a basic understanding of accounting and could be used in a medium-size business with many transactions. Periodically, a bookkeeper balances the books. When the books are balanced, it is possible to tell at a glance how much cash has been spent, how much was received, what the company owes, what is owed to the company, and whether the company has made a profit or suffered a loss.

Bookkeepers generally do not require a degree but should definitely have at least 1-3 years experience for a general bookkeeper and 3-5 years for a full charge bookkeeper. Some bookkeepers get certified by the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB). These bookkeepers must pass a fairly rigorous exam to become certified and are basically junior accountants.

What is an Accountant?
Just like bookkeepers, there are two types of accountants; certified and uncertified.

The title of accountant is very broad and certainly open to interpretation. For the purposes of this article we will assume an accountant has a four-year accounting degree and at least two years of accounting experience. An accountant should be able to analyze the information processed by the bookkeeper and prepare reports for the owner in order to help make sound business decisions. Accountants are valuable in that they truly understand the numbers and not just inflows and outflows of cash. Any company that has more than basic transactions could find an accountant useful to help break down the business and increase the bottom line.

A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) has passed a rigorous four-part exam and has met the state’s necessary education (150 credits) and experience requirements (minimum three years public accounting) to practice as a CPA. A CPA does everything of a basic accountant but also understands taxes, control systems, and advanced business processes. For the most part, CPA’s are used on a consulting basis and at year-end tax time. Unless a company is generating multiple millions in revenue and has intricate accounting issues such as partnerships, investments, and loans, keeping a CPA on staff is probably unnecessary.

In conclusion, hiring an accountant or bookkeeper is much the same as hiring any other employee in terms of fitting in with corporate culture, being accountable, and ensuring they are competent team players. However, you need to also ensure the potential employee has the necessary accounting knowledge to get the job done correctly. The bookkeeper should, at a minimum, be able to enter all data and produce accurate financial statements at the end of each month. An accountant should be able to interpret the financial statements in plain English, offer suggestions on how to decrease costs, and budget for the future of the business. The CPA should be familiar with the industry to ensure they are taking all available tax deductions and not “leaving any money on the table.”

Make sure you look out for my final article in this series, “Basic Lesson in Financial Statement Analysis.” This article will explain what the basic financial statements are and what to look for when analyzing these statements.

By John Russo
This article first appeared in the April 2009 issue of the MarketingDotCom newsletter. You can get a free copy of the latest issue for the price of shipping at