anyone used nextagetech?




  •   just wanted to know anyone used software firm nextage technologies www.nextagetech.com for their software needs . we are going to outsource some work to them and wanted to know about your opinions on them






  • Re: anyone used nextagetech?

    @koki09 said:


    we are going to outsource some work to them and wanted to know about your opinions on them

    It's a little late now, isn't it?  If you've already decided to outsource to them, then form your own opinion...  Unless this is a guerrilla marketing ploy...



  • @GalacticCowboy said:

    opinion...  Unless this is a guerrilla marketing ploy...

    I didn't even think of that.  Wouldn't it be sad if someone checked the IP and found that it belonged to the above mentioned company?  That might make a nice Daily WTF article...



  • @GalacticCowboy said:

    Unless this is a guerrilla marketing ploy...

    Good idea.  Would it be any more effective than the Goooooo00000oooooo000OOoogle AdWords?

    For some reason, I've been stuck on "TestTrack Pro v7.5" for some two weeks now...



  • @Sgt. Zim said:

    @GalacticCowboy said:
    Unless this is a guerrilla marketing ploy...

    Good idea.  Would it be any more effective than the Goooooo00000oooooo000OOoogle AdWords?

    For some reason, I've been stuck on "TestTrack Pro v7.5" for some two weeks now...

    I noticed that too, and you know, that's OK with me, b/c those bring in almost $2/click. Err, did I say that? No, I'm not supposed to say that.



  • @Alex Papadimoulis said:

    @Sgt. Zim said:

    @GalacticCowboy said:
    Unless this is a guerrilla marketing ploy...

    Good idea.  Would it be any more effective than the Goooooo00000oooooo000OOoogle AdWords?

    For some reason, I've been stuck on "TestTrack Pro v7.5" for some two weeks now...

    I noticed that too, and you know, that's OK with me, b/c those bring in almost $2/click. Err, did I say that? No, I'm not supposed to say that.



    I think you are not allowed to encourage visitors of your website to click on the ads.


  • @ammoQ said:

    @Alex Papadimoulis said:

    @Sgt. Zim said:

    @GalacticCowboy said:
    Unless this is a guerrilla marketing ploy...

    Good idea.  Would it be any more effective than the Goooooo00000oooooo000OOoogle AdWords?

    For some reason, I've been stuck on "TestTrack Pro v7.5" for some two weeks now...

    I noticed that too, and you know, that's OK with me, b/c those bring in almost $2/click. Err, did I say that? No, I'm not supposed to say that.



    I think you are not allowed to encourage visitors of your website to click on the ads.

    Can I encourage visitors to click on the ads even though I might set up a payPal account and accidentally give Alex the account number?



  • @Oscar L said:

    Can I encourage visitors to click on the ads even though I might set up a payPal account and accidentally give Alex the account number?



    Sure you can, if you don't mind Alex losing his AdWords income.



  • @Alex Papadimoulis said:

    @Sgt. Zim said:

    @GalacticCowboy said:
    Unless this is a guerrilla marketing ploy...

    Good idea.  Would it be any more effective than the Goooooo00000oooooo000OOoogle AdWords?

    For some reason, I've been stuck on "TestTrack Pro v7.5" for some two weeks now...

    I noticed that too, and you know, that's OK with me, b/c those bring in almost $2/click. Err, did I say that? No, I'm not supposed to say that.


    Wait.  People actually click on those things?

    I sort of stopped looking at AdWords (and having [b]any[/b] confidence in them and their "guarantee that your users will find 'em useful") when, on another forum, they decided that since I live in a resort area known for its ... large "alternative lifestyle" population ... that I was a good candidate to see ads targeted at men that are part of that lifestyle, and want to travel to that resort area.

    Needless to say, I'm not one for travel deals to a hotel down the street, and I'm not a member of that "alternative" lifestyle (not that there's anything wrong with it, it's just not for me) ... I suggested that someone needed to get their money back.  Guarantees and all that.

    Anyway ... Maybe I *should* click on that Industrial Strength String Encoder link a few times.


  • @ammoQ said:

    @Oscar L said:

    Can I encourage visitors to click on the ads even though I might set up a payPal account and accidentally give Alex the account number?



    Sure you can, if you don't mind Alex losing his AdWords income.

    Of coursem there's no guarantee he'll get his income anyway. I've heard enough tales of Google suddenly going "oh noes! fake clicks!" for no apparent reason and closing someone's AdWords account, usually (by some strange coincidence) just before they're due to pay out some cash to the person in question, that I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole...


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