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Discussion in 'Noticeboard' started by dar, May 4, 2007.

  1. dar

    dar First Runs

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    I am interested to work on snow related websites.
    I can offer shopping carts, ecommerce, payment gateways, databases, web design, membership systems, marketing newsletters plus more.

    I am interested in contra deals if applicable.

    Recent websites I have worked on

    www.chimuadventures.com.au
    www.apilifesmart.com.au

    drop me an email

    david@webcoders.com.au
     
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  2. dar

    dar First Runs

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    still interested to hear about projects
     
  3. Planks & Sticks

    Planks & Sticks One of Us

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    Shouldn't this be in the Tech Forum?
     
  4. D-eye

    D-eye Photographer and skier Moderator

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    seems more commercial than tech.
     
  5. andy33

    andy33 One of Us Ski Pass: Gold

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    really ethical too, asking for work on somebody elses site?
     
  6. agentBM

    agentBM Part of the Furniture

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    I clicked the link and the Inca tour sounds good, and I am learning Spanish....hmmm, might go.
     
  7. dar

    dar First Runs

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    forums are a great way of picking up work and its free and this is a commerical forum
     
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    agentBM Part of the Furniture

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    I worked for a dot com company some years ago and they paid thousands in having the site designed. Me being a recent graduate in information design then, prompted them into a vast overhaul of theri site design / layout / styles etc and as an in-house employee, saved them thousadns yet again if they had outsourced the version 2.0 of the site. Struck me though, the original was flawed a lot, yet that comapny gets away with it simultaneously charging a lot of money.
     
  9. dar

    dar First Runs

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    unfortunately that happens in IT projects alot

    common events i have seen are

    pay an external company thousands of dollars for a project and they do it very badly rather than use inhouse staff who could do a much better job

    in extreme cases spends tens or hundreds of thousands on a project and then not use it at all - then see management do a cover my [auto-censor] scenario and it becomes a "dont mention the war" around the office else you get a black mark against your name

    dont give a good employee a reasonable pay rise - they get annoyed and leave and then employe a new person but pay them many thousands of dollars more per year

    i have worked at a lot of places over 20 years because i find that companies do not treat the employees very well and i have learnt more and been paid more by moving - if i found a company that looked after me i would stay (a free ski trip per year would probably do it) [​IMG]
     
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