I'm interested in creating free *.exe programs for windows 10 in Visual Studios with the option for users to donate if they desire. However I am not sure where to upload my programs or the best way to allow for users to donate, I was thinking bitcoin or paypal, maybe both?
The mantra in the startup world is that you are only as good as your team. However, companies that are scaling fast invest extraordinary amounts in any SaaS tool that will optimize their company’s and team’s performance but often overlook the actual hiring process. BrightHire is an HR tech startup that’s launching its intelligence interview management platform that serves as a real-time assistant during interviews that ensures interviews are being conducted with a company’s goals, values, and needs in mind. AlleyWatch caught up with CEO and Cofounder Ben Sessler to learn more about how BrightHire is thriving in the age of remote work, the company’s future plans, and recent funding round from investors that include Flybridge Capital, Ground Up Ventures, RTP Ventures, J Ventures, and Haystack, Silas Capital, and Rabil Ventures.
Hi! A company asked me to make a website 20days ago. I did it in 15 days. It is a custom CRM website with features such as email automation, pdf generation, database integrations, search filters in every page, multi users, login/signup, account creation email, password reset and so on……
The client hasn't paid a single penny though he asked me invoice 1 week ago. I am being generous with him and he is asking me to make changes every single day.
Today this tomorrow that and I did it. But now I am frustrated of doing so because he is asking me to alter same page into new every day in multiple pages. Price is just $ 850 but I haven't said anything.
Now I am tired of making changes and want to move on to new project.
How should I reply him? He's my first client so I am not telling no to any of his demands but now it's not the same. So any suggestions on how to be generous and deny at the same time for further changes?
Google is making commerce more accessible by:
- Making it free to list products on Google in the US
- Making Buy on Google commission Free
- Adding new filters to make it easier to buy locally
- Willing to work with your current providers and feed formats
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