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developing the site inhouse or outsourcing?

    • 1 posts
    September 1, 2008 3:29 AM EDT
    hi
    i am looking to develop a website and i am not sure if i should hire programmers[big cost] or simple give the job to an outside developer?

    my main concern with outsourcing the job is the developer stealing my idea.
    how do i make sure that my idea is protected when i start discussing my idea with the developer?

    thanks
    sohail

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    September 23, 2008 9:04 AM EDT
    Hello,

    as a free lance webdeveloper i agree with guerrillaRed, i`m interested in developing a site, not stealing business ideas. 
    If you choose to work with `real` webdesigners, you will pay a little more, but you will also benefit a lot of their experience in making an outstanding website, conform the webstandards, easy found in search engines (as Google, Yahoo) . Most important is the content of a site and how this content can be found by the visitor.  

    Kristof
    Kristof9/23/2008 2:21 PM

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    September 27, 2013 1:51 AM EDT

    hi,

    I would advise you to try BigRaja.in. It will help you set up a website in a few minutes for just Rs.999! If you have particular ideas in mind, you could could choose one of the 3 packages offered by BigRaja. Although you can choose to manage your site yourself, we will make sure an engineer is assigned to your website whom you can contact for support 24*7. The designers will help create a layout for your site which is unique and superior to your rivals.

    contact www.bigraja.in for details.

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    September 1, 2008 8:21 PM EDT
    Have you thought of hiring an outsourced staff by a reputable company?
     
    Erin

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