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Posted - September 20 2009 :  02:42:46  Show Profile  Visit SQLDude's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Companies like Lufthansa, TV Networks and American Idol use this company to create and distribute their FREE customized installable Browser Toolbar. Take a look at the site. I use it for the convenience of easy access links to Music, Radio Stations, Search Engines, Sports Sites, RSS Feeds, Microsoft Office Product Links. Skype, Facebook, MySpace, Gamil, Yahoo Mail. You can turn on notifications whenever you get an eMail or a new Facebook or MySpace message.

Plus you could also send out Alerts to your customers once or twice a week about specials, sales and discounts, too, if that was not considered too intrusive. The Alert pops-up in the lower right hand corner of their desktop and disappears after 60 seconds if no one is home.


Download and install mine if you want to see how it looks in your browser. http://21stCenturyeCommerce.ourtoolbar.com

Yet another good idea (I think) from the folks at 21st Century eCommerce.


This year is my 10th Anniversary as a VPASP consultant. Suggestions made to Howard Kadetz which were adopted as part of the core VPASP system include the VeriSign Gateway which I actually debugged and validated, the Snitz Forums Application which you are using right now, and ChiliSoft ASP for MySQL and Linux. I have been developing both ASP, ASP.NET and SQL Server Applications for the same timeframe and my clients have included: United HealthCare, Bank of America, Sirius Satellite Radio, Sovereign Bank, Boston University Medical School, EMC Corp., TJMaxx Stores and several other Fortune 100 or Fortune 500 Companies.
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