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That depends on:
1. How many credits you buy(bulk purchases are cheaper).
2. The Route that you send via. We provide users with several routing options which have different levels of connectivity and have definitive features and costs.
By registering and sending some test messages (free) you can verify exactly what the cost will be.

There are no setup fees or monthly fees or any other additional fees.
We operate on a prepay basis. The credits that you buy will not expire until you use them, that is no problem. They will always be on your account at your disposal.
There is no extra cost for customizing the sender ID.

We work on a prepaid basis. You can purchase credits via Cash or our Executive will collect.

We provide users with an option of appending their messages with our tag line www.3spearstechnologies.com. This is called a 'Tag-line discount'. You can tick this option on the 'Package' page.

Yes, our system can handle over and above that amount of messages per day at a time. The limit is quite high. BulkSMS offers the same easy to use service whether you are a individual or bulk client.

The Economy Route does not always provide status reports. The Standard and Premium routes do. All messages sent via these two routes will have a status report whether successfully delivered or not.

Typically messages are delivered within 15 seconds on the premium route and within 3 minutes on the standard route, but usually even faster. The best is to test it for yourself./p>

Yes, you can send non-English Characters. On the 'Compose Message' page select 'Send as Unicode'. The character length for your message will be much shorter though, about 80 characters.

Absolutely. Our goal is to please you. We can’t do that without your input. If there are other sites with a design style that you would like to emulate, we can do that. If you have a logo or brand collateral that you’d like us to work around, that’s no problem. We’ll be sure your new site will be a consistent and integral part of your overall brand.

The time it takes to produce a website depends on the size and complexity of your site. A basic website typically takes around 4 weeks from beginning to end.

Yes we can do eCommerce/Online Store websites.

Search Engine Optimisation is all about getting your website higher up in the search results on search engines such as Google. The higher up the results you are the more traffic (and customers) you’re likely to get.
There are many aspects that go into achieving good SEO, and one of the most important is the copy (words) on your website. Focus on well written, keyword rich and appropriate content is the key.

We focus on what we’re good at - designing and building websites, however if you need someone to creating your logo for you we have relationships with several graphic designers who specialise in logos and branding.

Simply put, a motion graphic is an info graphic with animated elements. Like info graphics, they are often focused on presenting complex data in an interesting and easily-absorbed fashion. By giving traditional info graphics dynamic movement and interaction, they become much more compelling and engaging.

While the delivery method you choose typically depends on how you want to communicate with your audience, motion graphics are most typically delivered as a video. To distribute the video, people frequently use video distribution sites like YouTube or Vimeo, HTML5 video plugins or even embedded flash video.

At the end of the day, making a motion graphic is very much like making an animated movie containing many simplified infographics. Because of that, the steps to create a great motion graphic look very much like the movie-making process:
Start with a story – Before you can begin any motion graphic, you need to decide what the story you’re trying to tell is. (And, of course, you must have collected the data the story will come from.) Create a script – Unlike a static infographic, which is typically used to highlight key points of a data story, motion graphics focus on having a conversation about all or (more likely) part of the story. That means you need to know where the conversation will start and end – what you expect people to know coming into, and then leaving your motion graphic. Develop a storyboard – Once your script is outlined, the design stage begins. A storyboard is created based on the script with appropriate visuals designed to back up what’s being said. A word about length: It’s tempting to want to create a motion-graphic with the same length considerations as live video (for example, 2-3 minutes seems easy and doable). However, because of the animated/slide-based nature of motion graphics, a much shorter production is usually better. 2-3 minutes of motion graphic is somewhere around 45 slides of content.
Production – After all the planning is done, it’s time to create the final visuals, get the audio cut and stitch it all together into the final product. Remember not to rush through this process. For the final product to tell the right story and reflect the professionalism of your brand, it’s important to go through each of these stages and take the time to do them right.

As with all messaging, storytelling is key. A good motion graphic tells a compelling narrative, with the visual elements backing up the story and reinforcing the message.
A bad motion graphic may include breaks, gaps, skips, confusing non sequiturs, mixed messages, unnecessary data (overloading the screen to make data absorption difficult), too much text on screen, headlines that don’t match with the supporting data and other pitfalls that hinder the story being told.
To avoid these issues, ask people you trust to critique your motion graphic during the development stage. If they see a rough clip, and there are parts that are confusing them, edit or rework accordingly. The key is to do this earlier instead of later: Static infographics are relatively easy to rework, but a motion graphic with audio tracks and animation are much harder to change.

Contact us and one of our data design specialists can answer your questions and help determine the right approach for your next visualization.

That is a great question, and the simple answer is a lot. Info graphics are used mostly through social networks which are the perfect medium because they give content the ability to go “viral.” Viral means that the infographic is so popular that each person shares it with their groups creating a domino effect leading to the info graphic being viewed by thousands if not millions of people.
The info graphic will link back to your site which helps for SEO purposes as well as increasing traffic. The info graphic will also feature your company’s name and logo on the bottom building brand awareness.

Of course they are! For a few Money you can increase your traffic immensely while also getting so many back-links you won’t know what to do with them. So much money is spent on useless advertising that reaches a lot of people but does very little in promoting the brand and creating interest. Infographics really are powerful tools for companies looking to grow.

If you are unsatisfied with the final product we are more than willing to work with you to change anything you want. It rarely happens since most of our clients are usually blown away, but know that we strive to exceed your expectations and if somehow we fail to do so we are willing to do whatever it takes to please you.

We would love to be able to give you a solid price but there are a few factors that go into making infographics so each one is different. The price all depends on the size and quality of the info graphic. The more research and design an info graphic needs the more it will cost. Contact us to find out how much your dream infographic will cost.

Again this all depends on the quality and size of the infographic, plus our current workload. It will usually take a couple weeks to get all the research and design complete, then we will contact you for any finishing touches.

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Applications ("apps"), that extend the functionality of devices, are written primarily in the Java programming language (without the usual "write once, run anywhere" claim of the Java platform) using the Android software development kit (SDK).

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