Salar Golestanian specializes in all aspects of DotNetNuke Application Developement in particular Design and Skinning for the core as well as popular third party modules. Salar's product and services can mostly be seen her at salaro.com. SalarO Team has grown and now has 14 designers and developers and editors working full time on projects that currently target clients wanting Web Content Management Solutions. Salar's majority of projects are based on the DotNetNuke platform. The links to various projects and showcases are available on salaro.com.
Salar’s background is in Internet technology using Microsoft tools. He has a Bachelor of Science and MPhil in Physics. He lives with ّhis wife, daughter and son near London UK.
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The Rising Importance of Cross-Platform: No PhD required
We do acknowledge that the Web Echo System is made up of variety of Server and Client technologies as well as numerous Content Management and E-Commerce Applications running the millions of web sites around the world. We feel that it is time to accept the current status on both Server and Client varied platforms and build tools and solutions to bring these various platforms closer together.
For this scenario the Start-up requires fastest rise to in Google Search to the top 10 in the shortest time. Noting can do this better than good blog content using WordPress. However, WordPress is not a great CMS - and therefore, DNN is the preferred extendable Content Management System. They also require a fast and a completely SEO store and that is where nopCommerce can fill the gap.
Whilst the site is being built, there is another important consideration for what happens, if the product is successful? Can it scale up and therefore, all 3 would need to move to cloud environment at short notice.
The biggest task in delivering this requirement is the ability to ensure for a set of key phrases the site comes in top 10 of the search results. For this to happen one also needs to tap into social networking tools like Face Book and Twitter.
Length: 60 minutes
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