The way to get paid digitally locally is best described as fragmented, but it’s not unnavigable. This is part two for my previous article on why now is a good idea to get an e-commerce site. You can read that here first. Note at the time of writing this article the Government created a “Post Covid 19 Reconstruction” committee. This committee’s mandate is to, amongst other things, help further along
You may be thinking that now is not the best time to think about e-commerce. I think now is the best time to think about e-commerce. Here’s why.
Is your site protected by a Captcha? These are my results from Google reCaptcha’s plugin on my site. It has helped screen the spam bots, so I would always recommend it to my clients’ website. I am using V3. This means its transparent and non intrusive. No more clicking “I am Not a Robot” check-boxes and looking for buses and cars and traffic lights. Any attempt to spam or login
or you may end up like the Government of Trinidad & Tobago. In the last few days .gov.tt domains have all been hacked, presumably by the same entity or person. Usually its a teenager trying to win stripes in a reddit hacker thread. Jokes on you hacker kid, Trinidad Government websites have been hacked multiple times over, over the last decade. The Ministry of National Security, ironically, is the one
TL:DR A secure, well made website can cost between US$175 to up to $US5,000. I explain what you get for those prices by doing a breakdown from doing a simple landing page to a large e-commerce site. Whilst chatting with a real estate client of mine, he shared with me an interesting insight. He said “One cannot sell real estate these days without having online real estate.” This got me