As you know I have produced a few HTML templates that I’m quite happy with, but I have reasonable knwowledge of HTML, the language used to build websites, and it isn’t too difficult for me. A friend on the other hand runs a shop and knows nothing about HTML so ha to rely on an [...]
As you know I have produced a few HTML templates that I’m quite happy with, but I have reasonable knwowledge of HTML, the language used to build websites, and it isn’t too difficult for me.
A friend on the other hand runs a shop and knows nothing about HTML so ha to rely on an expert to do this for her, she’s getting an ecommerce website made so that she can sell her products online. Finding an expert who knows about pulling a website and all the third party bits together is the secret to a successful website.
In my friend’s case her designer is creating from scratch all the code that she needs to be able to receive Paypal payments, and she’s paying a fortune to have the programmer do this for her, but the crazy thing is that she could have the job done cheaper and faster if she only knew that there are people who do this stuff all the time and re-use code from companies like Paypal to make the entire project work better.
Indian Coders do Free API Map, Photo, SOAP, Mashup and Shopping Cart Applications, and are based in India so they can afford to keep their prices down, far more competitive than anything in the west, yet their programmers are some of the most highly educated in the world.
I personally recommend outsourcing to India, it doesn’t harm me or my local economy, in fact the opposite. By getting Indian programmers and designers to produce websites I can actually get my sites up much quicker, that means I can start earning from them quicker, and because my costs are lower I can use more of my profits to reinvest in my business. It’s a win for me, a win for my business and customers, a win for my local suppliers, and a win for the programmer in India.
API Coders specialise in integrating code developed by other companies, like Paypal, Authorize.net, Google Maps, Flickr, etc into websites for online shops, realtors, almost any kind of business that wants to leverage of the power of a bigger service provider.