I could obviously do this manually, but when a client has in excess of 5,000 products it is not feasible.
Anyone got any advice?
Hypothetically speaking, you're broke down to your last $50. Your only means to some money is via online marketing or what not. What route are you taking ?
You'd THINK that in the 10 (count 'em: ten) years I spent as a copywriter and marketing consultant, I'd come here and post something, wouldn't you? Better late than never I guess. Hi there. I am Armaan Shiraz. Hope to be of service to each of you in this forum.
The day is great, itís warm outside, fresh wind is blowing, it was raining yesterday, though. Iím feeling a bit tired after 7 days in Costa Rica, where if itís not raining then itís going to rain )) All of this inspire me greatly to finally get back to business and share the info with forum members. I've been a freelancer for many years and these days I try to join the forum discussions, where I can get useful tips on issues that interest me, because Iím not only used to get info, but also share with the interested users. Iíve made lots of videos and pictures, and it means that Iíll make a short instruction course on how to make a video on YouTube. I think almost all SEO-optimizers have to face it every single day, the sheer volume of projects from freelancers is incredible as well as the questions on YouTube promotion forum.
Hi. I won't ask the same question over and over again "How to make money online". All i will simply ask is, to recommend me some books to get so i can answer that question for myself. I need to educate myself, not go around in circles asking the same old question that gets me nowhere.
Over the past two months, I have been working on an interesting project at my company which is supposed to be a very big one. So at first, as a team leader and core maker, I spent quite a lot of time to find a good starting point, I meant stuff like how to structure the project, which frontend stack to use, how that stack connects to server, how to set up and bring all those things together, etc, to satisfy all the projectís requirements. Finally, I settled down with Meteor for backend, React for frontend, and Vanilajs ES6 MVC for the app extension (this was the most interesting part of the project. I will talk about it in another blog). At first things went well and smooth. Needless to say that React was so amazing that I completely changed my thoughts when programming.