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Webmarket places for Blog Jobs and websites selling

September 12th, 2011

Are you looking for webmarket places to buy or sell websites or blog-posts? Here a review of the most known webmarket places which worth to have a look.


Problogger Jobs is read on a daily basis by around 5000 readers per day via the main site plus another 8000+ via it’s RSS feed. Most of our readers are bloggers and almost all of them are actively searching for information on how to earn a living from blogs. ProBlogger readers range from the beginner blogger looking to start their first blog (undiscovered raw talent) through to the more experienced blogger with years of experience. No matter what you’re looking for, you’re sure to find someone that fits the bill among our readers. » Read more: Webmarket places for Blog Jobs and websites selling

CMS and HTML5 Design Inspiration

June 24th, 2011

Ten Little Monkeys

Ten Little Monkeys
Selecting the right ecommerce platform can be a difficult task. There are so many possibilities, all with their own quirks, (sometimes bloated) feature sets and workflows for implementation, which is why TradingEye really stands out and Ten Little Monkeys is the CMS site of the month for .Net magazine.
The site sells designer clothing, gifts and accessories for kids, and was designed and developed by Darren Alawi.
“I needed a PHP platform that was highly customisable and allowed me to hand code the Front end”, he explains. Although it is not free to run TradingEye – you will need to purchase a licence – they offer discounts if you buy in bulk, and the support that’s provided makes the cost worth it, says Darren. “The structure of the site was perfect as well, quite similar to WordPress in the way you edit the template files, plus there is a growing community to discuss issues with”. » Read more: CMS and HTML5 Design Inspiration

Online shop

June 15th, 2011

Online shopping is a Huge success story. During the frozen November of 2010, high streets were deserted, but UK web users still spent £6.4 bilion online – a 21 per cent increase on the same period last year.

Ecommerce Hosting
If you want to join that happy throng of online retailers, there are two real options avaiable. You can pull together the separate, required elements yourself or go for a ready-made ecommerce bundle. » Read more: Online shop


May 15th, 2011


The world of mobile ecommerce is certain to be one of the faster moving retail spaces over the next few years. So when an application comes along that can put your store into the hands of milions of smartphone users without costing you a bean, it’s time to sit up and pay attention.

MobiCart is about as straightforward an application as you can imagine. Wizard-style, it runs you through the process of setting up, customising and stocking a store before giving you the option of submitting it to Apple either directly from MobiCart or by doing it yourself.

The only problem is that as you ‘design’ your store there is not visual feedback, except when you choose your own base colour-scheme. As an upgrade this shouldn’t be too hard to fix, since all we’re talking about is dropping a logo or two into a place and changing content for your products. And indeed, such a thing is on its way

Verdict Mobicart is an interesting proposition. It’s almost too easy to use – to the point where there may be a rash of clone shopping applications appearing in the App Store soon.

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