Freelancing, Outsourcing, Blogging, SEO, Affiliate marketing, Google Adsense are very familiar word to all. If you want to become a successful blogger you should learn details about the mentioned topics. You must have to be little bit tricky and acquire effective strategic knowledge to own a successful blogging career. You may know the hundred of stories about successful blogger. You will not only get money from Blogging but also huge reputations in the mainstream bloggers. We have designed our course module to make a professional blogger along with various knowledge related it.
At the end of the course, the students will be able to:
- Have a knowledge regarding the outsourcing world,
- Basic web technology idea,
- SEO, Affiliate marketing good idea,
- Basic static site creation,
- Compare the fundamental types of web technologies and how they can be used to provide real business benefit.
- Explore new technologies and issues affecting the web development.
- Apply a web development approach in analyzing the role of web technology in organizations.
- Describe the process used in developing information systems and the concepts of web engineering and web process reengineering.
- Analyze the skills needed for web development professionals.
- Ready to apply for outsourcing work.
Topics to be covered
- Introduction to web development and outsourcing
- Html, CSS
- Php, Mysql
- Java script, jquery and Ajax. Template Integration. Integrate all together to do Project
- Outsourcing, Social Marketing, Data entry, Blog writing
- Domain parking + cpanel + WHM + overall structure of outsourcing
All students are expected to attend all scheduled classes, and to read all assigned chapters / materials before coming to class.
Class Participation & Peer Evaluation
You Students are expected to participate actively in the class. Your contribution towards your team will be counted too.
Textbook / References
- W3Schools Online Web Tutorials; URL: http://www.w3schools.com
- PHP Documentation; URL: http://www.php.net/docs.php
- PHP and MySQL Web Development, 4/E; Luke Welling and Laura Thomson; Addison-Wesley Professional; 2009
- Advanced PHP Programming; George Schlossnagle; Sams Publishing; 2004
- Advanced PHP for Web Professionals; Christopher Cosentino; Prentice Hall; 2003
- Beginning PHP5, Apache, and MySQL Web Development; Elizabeth Naramore, Jason Gerner, Yann Le Scouarnec, Jeremy Stolz and Michael K. Glass; Wiley Publishing; 2005
- XML in a Nutshell, 3/E; Elliotte Rusty Harold and W. Scott Means; O’Reilly Media; 2004