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Unless you had a pre-existing contract with them that required you to renew the domain or notify them of cancellation, then they cannot charge you. AT domain registration So basically, it depends on whether or not there were explicit terms from your registrar about this occurring; which if there are, you should be able to find them on your registrar's ...


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I just did a quick test and $30 returns different results to 30, but £30 does not (even in the UK). So it seems Google does not understand the pound symbol but does understand the dollar. You can add hidden mark-up to content that adds semantic meaning to it, such as mark-up that states "this is a price and it's in GBP". schema.org is a good place to start ...


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Related question: How do you evaluate SEO/SEM companies? What are common services/prices? Essentially, you can spend as much as you want on "SEO" and, at some point, that spend correlates to a negative return. Google's recommendations are all valid (and, sadly, necessary - though the new trend is funneling large sums into "social media"... same hucksters, ...


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Same happened to me, my research took me to http://buysellads.com/ , I've seen great sites that use their system, take a look at the ads of http://www.iconfinder.com. The Good: BuySellAds is slightly different that adsense, I like it because the advertisers buys a spot on your site; they also support CPM based ads, etc. The Bad: they take a big cut IMAO ...


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It depends on your location. The Australian department of commerce has very specific rules for rounding transactions that differ whether it is cash or credit transaction. In the US, I find a handful of articles about rounding such as this case with Chipotle. Based on this, it does not appear that there are US laws that govern it, but that rounding could ...


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How much do you trust Google with your information, passwords, and financial data? It's like other company's that offer this type of service for people. If you think you can trust Google, and their security standards, I see nothing wrong with using the App Engine to host the financial application. From the Google Enterprise Blog Article: Since 2008, ...


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I am the webmaster at coinmill.com. I have various ways for webmasters to show converted prices on their websites. There are examples here: http://coinmill.com/webmaster_options.html I'm not sure what you mean by "automatically detect", but tools from coinmill.com can be used to convert different currencies within the same page.


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You want to use one of the APIs that allow currency conversion. Here's a topic from Stack Exchange that gives you a nice set of resources to start with: http://stackoverflow.com/a/8391430/2028547


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If your payees are in the US you can use ACH direct deposit through a service such as http://www.achdirect.com/ For people who can't get ACH deposits your fallback would probably have to be PayPal which is pretty common.


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PayPal has mass pay, but requires recipients have a PayPal account (plus, it's PayPal, caveat emptor). https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_batch-payment-overview-outside Find a payment provider with ACH capabilities and an API -- that would allow you to write your own implementation (e.g. pay this account $x, pay that account $Y). But fees can get ...


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You want a UK based system that can receive and send payments simple to use that requires minimal fees Your requirements are very high! PayPal is probably one of the most simple services. It's simple to use, you can receive payments as well send payments with a minimal effort. The problem is that it's not cheap, if I remember correctly they require the ...



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