We need your help with VoipNow Automation

We reached that development stage when we add new payment plugins to VoipNow Automation. Please comment with the name of the payment gateway you want supported. Right now we support Paypal, Cybersource, Authorize.net, Psigate, Payflowpro. Do not forget to include a link to the vendor website.

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VoipNow Automation Webinar Invitation

Question: Do you want to have a professional presentation website for your VoIP services?
Yes, I am dreaming about this!

Question: Do you want to be able to deploy this website in minutes?
This is not possible! But if I do, a lot of customers will sign-up and I will have to spend my entire day creating accounts!

Solution! You can hire a monkey to create accounts (how difficult could it be…).

Question: How do you charge these customers every month?

Solution! Hmm, you can hire another monkey to search customer accounts and charge them.

Question: But what if you reach 10,000 customers?

Solution! You can hire 50 monkeys!

If you do not want to end surrounded by monkeys, learn more about VoipNow Automation.
You can subscribe to the free presentation webinar, there are only two weeks left.

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What will be new in VoipNow 2.0.2?

With VoipNow 2.0.2 we are focused on fixing bugs that were discovered on VoipNow 2 branch and that could not have been solved on VoipNow 2.0.1 due to various reasons (usually due to major impact). We also improved system performance and improved interoperability.

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Thank YOU for Helping us!

This message is for all VoipNow 2 beta testers and generally for anyone that had an input regarding VoipNow 2. In the VoipNow 2 beta session we got over 2,000 subscribers. According to our records, more than 45% installed the product, which is quite good. Based on their feedback we discovered two critical bugs – thank you! In the past two months many people saw VoipNow 2 and they really liked the product. Actually, the fact that we didn’t receive much criticism is quite disturbing, so please go ahead, tell us also about the bad things. We are listening.

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Google Sucks?

I don’t think so. Only that the last Google employees I discussed with in the past four months had the same answer to a pretty common question “Do you enjoy working for Google?”. Maybe Google has a policy – “Don’t tell anyone about your work!”, but such a policy does not explain the answer “Yes, it’s very nice, there are a lot of benefits”. When I asked about benefits, not even one mention thing was related to the work. I expected at least one answer like: “I like what I do” or “I like working with smart people” or “I want to get involved in something that will charge the world”. Nope, only medical insurance, on-site meals, kindergarten, bonuses … If these guys were teached to say nothing about their work, I don’t think it’s a smart corporate move. If they don’t fell like it worth to mention the work they do there, than a bigger issue. In any case, it’s Google’s problem. What do you think?

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