Archive for March, 2012

When your online strategy fails – Changing direction and re-engaging your website visitors

The online world is littered with unsuccessful websites created with grandiose visions by their owners but just like the movie business, there are online hits and misses. Even the best of us have had well designed carefully planned websites do absolutely nothing except maybe earn a few compliments on how well designed they are (which just […]

When small changes can make big impacts – ‘Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard’ by Chip and Dan Heath

To be honest I was a bit sceptical when I picked up this book, thinking it would be just another management how-to. However I was pleasantly surprised to find it very interesting with a lot of food for thought. I love books that make you think counter intuitively and this one turns many common sense […]

Facebook Run by CIA? A hilarious look at the subversive nature of Facebook.

Making sense of the dozens of web hosting options – Cloud, VPS, Dedicated or Shared?

Web Hosting used to be a lot simpler a few years before. You had limited choices, you basically chose a Linux or Windows server and just went with it. If you had more than one site you bargained a good package from the hosting provider.  Nowadays hosting companies come at you with a confusing range […]

Is Google Apps Business version too expensive for India? An appeal to Google.

Firstly I must start with saying how much I love Google Apps. I use it for my business and I recommend it to my client who have email requirements below 10 mailboxes. But many of my clients fall between the 10-150 mailboxes range and going for the paid solution at Rs.2000 per mailbox is too […]