The User Experience Blog for Website Architecture Planning

The User Experience Blog for Website Architecture Planning

How to Conduct a Patent Search August 2, 2018 by Garenne Bigby

How to Conduct a Patent Search

Eureka! The light bulb has gone off. Or perhaps an idea has been simmering in your mind for quite a while. Whatever the situation, you are ready with an incredible idea for an invention. Perhaps this will be the next special invention, the next big thing, or what will make you attain your financial goals. For those creative and talented individuals who are looking to invent, or simply for the entrepreneurs who wish to cut costs and do their own patent search—the following guidelines will show you the way. How might one obtain a patent, you may be wondering? It can be a challenging process since we live in an age of inventions and advancements. How can you be sure your idea has not yet been patented? Has someone already beaten you to the punch? How can you be sure your invention is not already patented?

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Top 11 Credit Card Processors for SaaS Recurring Payments

Companies rely heavily on credit card processors when it comes to recurring payments. These processors save time, money, and can help to avoid error. In a world where almost everything is digital, most customers find it convenient when they can hook their card up to have payment automatically deducted each month. While customers might worry about there being risks to this type of arrangement, it is actually much safer than allowing a company to file away your information somewhere in a drawer.

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How to Legally Send Unsolicited Email May 17, 2018 by Garenne Bigby

How to Legally Send Unsolicited Email

Internet spam is potentially one of the most serious problems in today’s electronic environment and is unquestionably the most tenacious. It is impossible to determine how many spam emails users receive on a daily basis; even conservative estimates likely number in the hundreds. Naturally, email and web users of all sorts rightfully err on the side of caution and tend to dump any spam—or spam-like—email message as soon as they spot it in their Spam Folders.

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VAT (Value-Added Tax) and SaaS (Software as a Service)

When launching your business, one of the most important things to decide is how much to price your products. For SaaS companies, those selling internationally, this is a tough question to answer. Each nation has its own VAT, GST, and/or sales tax codes. To be clear—GST, VAT, and sales tax are all forms of taxes and will be referred to simply as “sales tax.” A SaaS company must charge the correct sales tax to each customer in the region in which the products are sold—how can this be possible? What if one area charges 20 percent and another location no tax at all?  How are you to remain in compliance with the current tax codes?

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25 Revolutionary Blockchain Applications That Will Improve Our Lives

As the Internet developed, it brought along with it technological changes that impacted not only digital experiences but also had lasting real-world application. Online shopping revolutionized how consumers get their products, and now, with the rise of cryptocurrency, more changes are coming. Blockchain applications are the digital equivalent to the now largely obsolete checkbook. The blocks are the multiple transactions, and the chains are the components that link them. Together, this creates an organized system of managing and connecting transactions.

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