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Several thoughts... First, search engines are changing their valuation of sites that have a significant amount of likes/tweets/plus-ones/etc. From the perspective of the search engine, these validations are actually far more relevant/valuable than "backlinks" (which is an older way of increasing...

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#1) PROVE THE ASSUMPTION: Start with a dropshipper's existing products to figure out what sells best before you spend money on manufacturing and warehousing. Amazon is perfect for this - they will pay you 4%-10% to promote 253,000,000 products (http://bit.ly/1q2M85R) - you can sign up at https:/...

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It is difficult to make risk-free shipments for the battery of the products. But you can minimize the risk. The most effective way is to start working with a reliable battery cell in your product. This will solve most of your problems. Moreover, pay attention to work with a factory which has e...

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What matters is the _ratio_ of UX to benefit. For example, if the user will benefit immensely from your product (e.g. they will automatically get $1 million once they find their way to a certain part of your website and click a button), then they will be willing do deal with a pretty horrible U...

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ISO 45001 creates an organisation built around best practice. This is then mirrored across the company and sets a standard for managing risks. Having a strong, consistent standard means that the organisation is more efficient across the board.It provides a practical solution to improve the safet...

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Just like most things, the answer is a bit of an "it depends" situation. Generally speaking the more your app functionality/features/experience is tied to calls and SMS then the more probabilistic it is you should need to test the interruptions. FWIW my firm has helped launch dozens of mobile ...

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Hello. I hope you are doing well! Are you trying to get your products into the EU through Croatia? Are you producing anything or only trading? Based on the information you provided, I would try contacting the local authorities or customs, you will have different fares depending on the direction o...

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It is very important; security, backup, maintenance etc... The problem is there are two kinds of customers, cheap and cautious. Cheap only wants to pay $12 a month.. and does not understand or want to understand that not having maintenance is a bad idea. The cautious ones pay anywhere from $50 to...

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I'm going to make 2 assumptions in my reply 1. You're selling these to companies 2. These are rather expensive systems. Basically for such a situation, what you have right now is a first mover advantage. That basically means you have the opportunity to gain quick traction and find early adopter...

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Quality control is always a concern when working with an overseas vendor, and I can only imagine your frustration with the samples you have received. My advice having sourced from China and many other countries is that you need a person on the ground to make sure your expectations and specs are b...

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