Code is poetry! You ask 100 developers and you will get 123 different answers.
If it were me: PHP – I don’t write Java and have not touched a compiler in over a decade and it’s been ages since I’ve worked with python.
I know it’s not a whole lot of help, but PHP has my vote.
No worries! I hope it helps!
There are many other things that can be done to increase your sales, but my previous post should hopefully get you heading in the right direction.
Just a heads up – On Nov. 19th 2013 Google will shutdown their Google Maps JS API (v2).
Make sure to check all your demos and whatnot! They said they will try to convert v2 requests to v3, but it could get ugly!https://developers.google.com/maps/articles/v2tov3
With PHP you can Fetch and manipulate the tweets in PHP then echo out a json string. In your HTML, using JS and aJax to decode and parse the json string into your HTML template.
I’ve never tried Twitters new API (1.1) without PHP. According to their developers library page it’s possible. They link to these 3 libraries.
The new preview image is way better!!
In my opinion (just 2 cents with a grain of salt), here are some things to note:
You might want to add a
UAC tag – that is what I would search for.
Your opening statement focuses on what you see it for, not what it is. Focus more on the “problem” that it “solves”. Outside of the title, it was not apparently evident what your item does. Each time you “list” its features the first thing you mention is how beautiful and easy it is – which is great – but what is it? Does this beautiful thing fill the need I have? You mention all this great stuff it has, but say little about what it actually does. It was not until I rewrote your description that I figured out what it was.
For example: You have “
Gewora Management – Ultimate admin panel” – my question was – “What am I administrating?”
10 of the 11 Core Features explain what it has, but only the one touches on what it does. Also, search engines can’t read images – you should have the “text” from the images in the alt tags so search bots can pick them up. (Same thing with the images on your profile page)
Some Features” list should be priority oriented. Most people won’t read such a long list – they’ll likely read the first 3 or 4 bullets. The more interested the user is, the more they read.
Excellent attention to detail on your change log! Because it is getting quite long, I’d recommend keeping the version and dates listed (as links), but maybe move the details over to your website. The dates and version numbers show potential customers that it is a “live” project, but the details clutter the page. If they are interested in the details, they can read the full log on your website (where you can link to a buy it now or back to item page.)
I’d suggest altering the “Get in touch with us” section – it is pretty large. Combined with the German / English section and the “Customers” section – it pushes your item description 2 to 3 scroll wheels down the page.
I’d also suggest rewording the item description as its current state leaves me asking more questions than it provides answers for. Unless people absolutely serious about the item, they won’t bother stopping their day to ask you questions about your item – especially as your item description should answer questions that they hadn’t thought of yet. The answer to their (unasked) questions could be the difference between a potential customer and a buyer.
I’d do somethig like this:
Gewora Management – Ultimate User Access Control with Admin Panel
Gewora Management is a PHP / MySQLi powered user / client management system that is the perfect solution for managing access to your application via the intuitive admin panel. It is beautiful and has an easy to use interface that includes an extensive API.
Integrating Gewora Management into your existing (or new) project allows you to create a private user area where visitors are required to have login credentials, and optionally, required system permissions to view the page.
It features an expansive permission system allowing you to … x… y… z…
Installation is a snap with its installation wizard. Simply 1… 2… 3…
Gewora Management is under active development and has loads of useful features – with the Integrated Updater many more are on their way with the click of a button!
On the website itself, be less passive – but not too aggressive: be more suggestive. Sales and Marketing 101: Never ask an open ended question. If you want engagement – ask questions where they have to answer “yes”. Always keep control of the conversation – the more your “subjects” are allowed to think – the less control you have.
One of my hobbies (and life passions) is psychology and sociology. Society has conditioned people to follow directions – so much so, that people are generally not used to thinking for themselves and when doing so, are pretty unpredictable. At the same time people do not like to be bossed around. When it comes to sales and marketing, we need to give people a direction to go without bossing them around. Without direction people just meander aimlessly (so to speak).
Interested? Want to see all the features? //two open ended questions that give no direction.
Check out the awesome list of features Gewora Management comes with! //clean simple direction
Want to see a live demo? Click the button. //can answer “no” – clicking the button depends on their answer.
Use the Live Demo to see how Gewora Management will make your job easier! //clean simple direction with a reward of an easier life/job.
Gewora Management is exactly what you need? //should not be a question
Gewora Management is the UAC you need! Buy it now
Gewora Management is the UAC for you! Buy it now
As you can see in the examples above, we are directing people to take action without being bossy.
If you must ask a question you need to give directions for the possible outcomes.
Gewora Management is exactly what you need? Then click the button to get it.
Ready to purchase Gewora Management? Buy it now or check out its great features here.
If they say “yes” they click the buy it now button. If they say no, they feel “obligated/compelled” to answer the question thus, check out its features. By choosing the second option it also makes them doubt themselves. The obvious answer to the question is “yes” – that is why the direction comes first. If they are not answering “yes” they feel they have missed something – they feel they are not included in the “majority” group and wonder why. We are conditioned on the basis that the best/popular/obvious thing is first – anything after that seems lesser.
See how you feel or react when we reverse it
Not ready to purchase Gewora Management? Check out its great features here or buy it now.
Feels awkward doesn’t? You’ll instinctively want to keep doing the first direction (endless loop) because the “buy it now” seems like a lesser option.
Also, the “buy it now” button should stand out especially when grouped with non-objective (informational) buttons. It makes people feel good/special when they get to click “that” button – that “special” button.
Also, try to keep the “buy it now” and maybe the “live demo” buttons in the same place on all website pages – maybe a small sticky footer or something. If reader finds something that creates an impulse buy – you want the button right there.
User sees it has feature “abc” and is “sold”. During the hunt for the “buy it now” button gets sidetracked on something irrelevant – reconsiders purchase – you have to start the sales pitch all over again …
Again, just 2 cents with a grain of salt. Holy crap that was long!! And Yes; I fell as I was stepping off the soapbox
This is a general discussion forum. You’d have better luck asking the author directly via their profile or in the items comments section.
In your fancybox 2 script run something like this:
wp_deregister_script('fancybox 1'); wp_register_script('fancybox 2'); wp_enqueue_script('fancybox 2');
Untested and just a though …
Both links forward me to /register page. Under the video is a login form.
Adding text to images is pretty easy if you have the GD Library active on your PHP server.http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13267846/how-to-add-text-to-an-image-with-php-gd-library
It’s a palindrome.
Morocco Moles Palindrome:
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When read backwards, its true meaning is discovered! It’s a curse! An extremely powerful “time suck” curse with a major side effect of plugging ones inbox with “Reply to thread Heard Disk” emails.