"We quit our day jobs" -- the NicheFinder interviewWritten by Gary Harvey
Sixty dollars is what it cost Val and Helen to start business that now supports them full time.
"My wife Helen and I are professional software developers" said Val Danilchuk, from their home in Ukraine. "We used to develop web sites for e-business owners, as well as some client-side desktop software."
But they wanted a better way to sell their skills. So, with a special interest in Internet marketing, they developed their own unique method of evaluating profitability of business ideas.
"Then we completely automated it", Val told eProfitNews. "As professional programmers, it wasn't hard for us to develop a program that did it hands-free."
It's a market research software tool that helps people find business ideas and products that are in high demand but low supply. A clever niche finder!
It also identifies most popular keywords for a web page. And even helps you figure out best domain name for your web business.
That $60 paid for domain name NicheMarketResearch.com as well as web hosting. But there was also "a massive amount of time invested. We devoted hundreds of our working hours to this project."
At very beginning, they weren't sure they could profit from idea so they decided not to invest much money into it at start.
Optimizing Frames for Search EnginesWritten by Dale Goetsch
Because of way framed web pages are created, search engine robots have a difficult time spidering sites built in frames. As a general rule, search engine robots are not very good at executing client-side code, and framed pages are "built" on client side. The best way to make a website accessible to robots is to take it out of frames, but what can be done if site absolutely must remain in frames?
How frames are built
Typically "framing" page--the page that includes