Jun

4th

Effective Web Marketing: Common Sense SEO Start with a Plan

Uncategorized | Website Development


Most of the time, companies will develop their websites, and achieve something that looks attractive, and then pay attention to the real business and reason for their developing a web presence in the first place: marketing their product and employing effective SEO techniques.  That’s because web development is an easy sell.  Read the rest of this entry »

Jun

1st

How to Destroy Incentive, Initiative, and Cripple our Economy for Years to Come Part2

Economics


A few days ago I posted the first part of this blog article, which dealt with the government takeover of the banking and finance industry, the automobile industry, and its suffocating influence in our energy industries.  As a small business owner, it’s important to keep a wary eye on the government and economic trends.  We all know that it’s getting harder and harder to make a decent living now.  In this article, I’d like to examine in a practical way monetary policy, tax policy, and healthcare, and how changes in those government policies are likely to impact us into the future. Read the rest of this entry »

May

31st

How to Destroy Incentive, Initiative, and Cripple our Economy for Years to Come Part1

Economics


A few days ago I wrote an article tracing the origin of the credit collapse our country and the rest of the world experienced over the past six months. As the owner of a small business, which specializes in information technology and software development, a good understanding of the economic climate and, in particular, the apatite for capital investment is essential in predicting prospects for business and profits for our company and others like us in the years to come. Read the rest of this entry »

May

29th

Here’s Another Nice Mess You’ve Gotten me Into…

Economics


For the past 20 years, my company has been designing mission critical software for some of the most recognized brand-name companies in this country.  During that time, I have been privy to hundreds of business plans, and have seen many examples of ventures, and can identify prominent features that were common to the plans which succeeded, and other features which were common to the ones which ultimately failed.  Prior to founding the company, I have held very visible economic posts in leading Wall Street investment banks, and as commodity economist for one of the nation’s leading producers of consumer goods.  So I am considered well experienced and well qualified to comment on our current economic situation. Read the rest of this entry »

May

26th

Don’t Try This At Home, Kiddies!

Website Development


A few days ago, a new follower of mine on Twitter send me a private direct message, asking me to take a look at his new website.  Figuring that he might be spamming me, but allowing for the possibility that he was really asking me for my opinion, I messaged him privately asking if he REALLY wanted my opinion.  He replied that he did.  And inasmuch as web development, marketing, and SEO are significant portions of out business, I agreed to take a look. Read the rest of this entry »

May

3rd

The Honey Dance

Software


At Paladin Consultants, we develop software – database applications, web services, and custom software ranging from interfaces to off-the-shelf commercial software, to complicated stand alone one-of-a-kind programs whose application is unique to a particular business, or industry.  We take as an article of faith the strength of the concepts of communal intelligence.  The growth in prosperity and productivity of Americen industry since the ’80s, in our opinion has been directly attributable to up to now a friendly climate for capital investment, and the productivity advances brought on by this shared communal intelligence in technology from the Internet, Microsoft, Unix, and Open Source programming models.  Although capital investment incentives have been crushed by the economic downturn, and by ‘social experiments’ brought on by the new administration, the forces and structures of communal intelligence and largely still operative.

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Apr

20th

OneNote Part2

Software


    This is the second article in a series about the usefulness of Microsoft’s excellent OneNote software. In this article, we discuss using OneNote as a companion tool in our main business of developing custom software and designing websites and web services.

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Apr

7th

OneNote Part1

Software


This article is the first of several about the application and integration of Microsoft’s OneNote program into our business, personal,  professional and financial lives.  It’s a program as important, in its own rite as Excel and Word, and very adept  at handling , categorizing  and retrieving  large and diverse ‘clumps’ of soft data. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr

2nd

Web designing and development

Uncategorized


Web designing and development is not a layman’s job and it is certainly not everyone’s cup of tea. It requires specific skills to design and promote the site to generate traffic. Excellent web design can be attributed to multiple factors such as beautiful graphics, easy navigation and many more. Paladin is a well known name in the industry of web site design development in NJ (New Jersey). It offers a complete range of web design development services in NJ. Its core areas include image creation, copy writing, web software development, graphic designing, web engineering and lastly programming and database design.
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Mar

20th

Developing and designing databases

Uncategorized


Developing and designing databases has assumed a critical and specialized task status in any business today. But to add an edge to this specialized job Paladin Consultants, LLC is at your service providing a simplified yet highly effective database management solutions for your business. We operate extensively in database design in New Jersey and New York City Read the rest of this entry »