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Harness The Power Of Database: 20 Benefits (Part 2)

Continuing from Part 1:

6. Company Hiring
Not only can you store your job listings, but you also can save a cand...

Continuing from Part 1:

6. Company Hiring
Not only can you store your job listings, but you also can save a candidate's application data in the db. It lets medium and large size companies add and edit countless positions and candidates in their db while reducing the staff overhead costs.

7. Company Blogging
You can use the db for staying in touch with customers or users via blogging. It allows you to add and edit unlimited number of articles at ease.

8. Custom Chats and Supports
You can setup a simple (or advance) chat system using a db for both the website customers and internal staffs. Likewise, you can save customer support inquiries in the db for a follow-up and customer relationship managements.

9. Company Inventory Managements
Traditionally, warehouse mangers used to use an Access db to save their inventory records. However, they can streamline their inventory system by using a website, a MySQL db, along with QR barcodes. They can even go further and synchronize the inventory levels across different regional warehouses, using an integrated db system for all warehouses. Another approach is to present the warehouse inventories to the final customers, by bypassing the retailers.

10. Dynamic Advertisings
It is advisable for high traffic websites to create one db for their site-wide Ads, and efficiently generate revenue from your website and/or mobile App Ads. The results will be very promising since you have total control over each Ad on every page. Specifically, you can analyze the number of clicks on each Ad per day, and the profit margin of your individual website or mobile App pages, versus the whole application.

Stay tuned for Part 3.....

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Harness Power Of Database: (Part 2)

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Harness The Power Of Database: 20 Benefits (Part 2)

  • Posted: Friday March 15th
  • Continuing from Part 1:

    6. Company Hiring
    Not only can you store your job listings, but you also can save a candidate's application data in the db. It lets medium and large size companies add and edit countless positions and candidates in their db while reducing the staff overhead costs.

    7. Company Blogging
    You can use the db for staying in touch with customers or users via blogging. It allows you to add and edit unlimited number of articles at ease.

    8. Custom Chats and Supports
    You can setup a simple (or advance) chat system using a db for both the website customers and internal staffs. Likewise, you can save customer support inquiries in the db for a follow-up and customer relationship managements.

    9. Company Inventory Managements
    Traditionally, warehouse mangers used to use an Access db to save their inventory records. However, they can streamline their inventory system by using a website, a MySQL db, along with QR barcodes. They can even go further and synchronize the inventory levels across different regional warehouses, using an integrated db system for all warehouses. Another approach is to present the warehouse inventories to the final customers, by bypassing the retailers.

    10. Dynamic Advertisings
    It is advisable for high traffic websites to create one db for their site-wide Ads, and efficiently generate revenue from your website and/or mobile App Ads. The results will be very promising since you have total control over each Ad on every page. Specifically, you can analyze the number of clicks on each Ad per day, and the profit margin of your individual website or mobile App pages, versus the whole application.

    Stay tuned for Part 3.....