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Affiliate Marketing:-

Affiliate marketing is defined as the process of earning a commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products. When you find a product you like, you then promote it to others and finally earn a piece of the profit for each sale that you make.

Here is how affiliate marketing works in 4 normal steps:

You join an affiliate program

You then pick a product to promote (You will get a unique affiliate link)

You subsequently share the link via Social media, Blog, YouTube videos, Facebook ads or any other form

When someone makes a purchase, you finally earn a handsome affiliate commission.


Bidding is defined as an offer (preferably competitive) to set a price by an individual or business for a product or service or a demand that something be done. Bidding is used to evaluate the cost or value of something.

A standard bidding process consists of the following stages:

The project manager or contract/purchasing manager makes a bid that describes the specifications and estimated cost of the project.

The manager issues the bid.

(Optional) The reviewers approve the bid.

The manager subsequently sends the bid to a group of vendors for the response.

The vendors perform the bid analysis and calculate the cost at which they can complete the project. Each vendor responds to the bid with details about the products and services that are needed and the overall cost.

The manager manages and analyzes the bid responses.

The manager awards the bid to the vendor that best meets the requirements of the project.

A standard contract is automatically made by using the bid details and response information.

During the process, the manager or vendor can ask for clarification about the bid. The same process is applicable for international clients after training is provided to them.

Client management:-

Client management is defined as a system that businesses use to attract, manage, and build relationships with customers. Client management can be practiced by any type of company in any industry. Client management, also known as customer relationship management, involves the practices that companies abide by when interacting with their clients. When done right, it can positively increase client retention rates, drive customer loyalty and generate sales.

An example of client management is implementing membership program sign-up promotions to attract new clients.

Minor project

A minor project can be defined as a substantial individual piece of work that is completed under supervision of faculty. It is a bit of code which can be made by a group or a person. It can be made in any of the programming languages like .Net, C,C++,Java and so on. Small-scale projects are utilized as a part of students field.  It is a source code with enhanced capacities which can even be taken as the last year venture. It’s like which works in terms of functionality but breaks in production.

A minor project has a high importance in a student’s life. It is a platform to implement what he/she has learnt. It helps in giving strong hold on the technology. Hence gaining confidence and experience. He/she also learns the skill of troubleshooting in real time. Moreover, it gives an exposure that how to work in a team as well as that how to present your work.


Major Project

A major project is like a minor project but here a student  has to make or work upon a live project or a full real life application system. It is a facility to get to work on the techniques being used, or will be used in real world. The team members have to abide by the guidelines given by the client or the project leader or the manager. It is also known as “Real Project” or “Live Build Project”.

While working for a major project, accountability is must and all the team members(ie. students) are expected to foster the best attitude.

A major project has a very high importance in a student’s life.  It is a platform for the students to implement what they have learnt. It helps in giving strong hold on the technology, thus gaining vital experience and confidence. They learn to work on deadlines, set by the project leader or the manager. They then learn to survive work pressures and to test actual results, as they work in a live environment. Most importantly, they also get to learn to face and resolve real-time issues to work efficiently and to handle important data, which is crucial for any company.