Andy Yu


NEOnet’s BEAM III Underway!

November 4, 2014 · · E-Commerce · Comments Off on NEOnet’s BEAM III Underway!

NEOnet’s Broadband for E-Business and Marketing (BEAM) program has assisted more than 300 northeastern Ontario small businesses improve their operations by providing financial assistance for the development of E-business solutions. BEAM does this by reimbursing eligible development costs up to a maximum of $5,000. YUZHU has helped many businesses, organizations and individuals with their web-related.

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Website Cost – Part 2

October 28, 2013 · · Web design · 0 Comments

It’s been a year since I published Website Cost – Part 1.  We’ve been busy, both in life and work and these are good things! So, what factors are driving the higher-cost websites?  In a nutshell it’s based on the level of resources, product and services you require from your friendly web designers and developers. Let’s.

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Changes to NEOnet BEAM Program

February 2, 2012 · · Web design · 0 Comments

Yesterday (February 1) NEOnet announced a couple of important changes to their BEAM program.  The have increased the supported costs of  development to a maximum of $5000 (up from the previous amount of $2000), while retaining the 75% amount. This means that they will pay 75% up to a maximum of $5000 for the costs.

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NEOnet E-Commerce Seminar by YUZHU

November 29, 2011 · · E-Commerce · 0 Comments

Way back in October Andy presented on E-Commerce Security as part of NEOnet’s E-Business Seminars for the BEAM program. We discussed the importance of ensuring the proper methods are taken to protect any sensitive information being collected, stored and retrieved from your websites. Download the presentation. See the article La sécurité omniprésente du Web at L’express de.

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Funding Available for Websites: NEOnet’s BEAM Program

November 2, 2011 · · Web design · 4 Comments

NEOnet has just launched their Broadband for E-business And Marketing (BEAM) program. BEAM provides a framework to help small to medium sized enterprises define their business objectives and ensure that the right technology is implemented to achieve the desired outcomes. The program provides a rebate for 75% of eligible costs, up to a maximum of.

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Website Cost – Part 1

November 1, 2011 · · Web design · 0 Comments

All web designers are faced with this question and it’s one that can gain a customer or turn one away.  It’s a loaded question because it is dependent on many factors. So, I’ve broken this article up into two parts.  Part 1 will cover the low cost options and Part 2 will cover the costlier.

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Social Media Primer: Is it a Fad?

October 1, 2011 · · Social Media · 0 Comments

httpv:// Social media is a product of how we use the Internet. It’s the behaviour of the web user that makes it so popular and revolutionary. Here is a short video on the Social Media Revolution. It’ll get you thinking about it more seriously. It’s not a matter of if you should use it, but.

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Should I Have a Splash Page?

September 25, 2011 · · Web design · 0 Comments

Splash pages are those entry pages we often come across when surfing our way to a website that (might) have what we are looking for.  Often they are very impressive animations or graphics that certainly warrant a “WOW”.  They typically have the “Enter” link in the middle of the page somewhere. Website owners, and often.

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