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    PHP Programming Or SEO Job ,Which is good for my carrier ?

    Hi,
    Please help me ...
    PHP Programming Or SEO Job ,Which is good for my carrier ?
    Which have more scope ?

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    Both fields has great scope...you have to decide in which field you want to go.
    If you can do programming excellent then undoubtedly start PHP programming.
    And if you have basic knowledge of HTML,CSS,JS,SEO you can start SEO.

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    Both have more scopes. But you should keep in mind that with new Google updates, SEO has been totally changed. Many SEOs are suffreing form them because they don't know what to do to recover. And as for PHP, then i must say that the demand of PHP developer will never decrease. If you have good writing skills then you can go with SEO or SMO and if you have good analytical/programming skills then you can go with php developer.

    However, my personal comment is learn the basics of SEO and then go with PHP development. This will help you to boost your future.

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    That is depend upon your interest because both of fields are good and have a greater scopes.

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    Thanks for your response

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    I would suggest you go with PHP programming. As far as PHP programming is concern you get high salary package. There is limitation in SEO salary package. I am sharing my knowledge with you.

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    Hi friend I am online marketing officer First think ask yourself which one your interested programming or advertising if you have good knowledge of PHP programming like Php 5 & MySql ,HTML 5 CSS,JS as well as Designing so you should be grab PHP job .Very Well SEO field here too want company more skill like HTML,CSS, some programming Skill this field is very broad today. Now I am tell you Is Both Field of very good.My suggestions you think your self in which field you are interested So best wish for you

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    If you have patience you can choose SEO job as your carrier. If you know more about web design, PHP then you should choose PHP programming.
    That's my suggestion!

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    If you think you are very well in business sector then I will suggest to choose SEO. Because only SEO can not make your high carrier. SEO is all enough with including all internet marketing sector like SEM, SMM, SMM etc. Now ask yourself... Hou you are in SEO?

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    I would do something that appeals to me.. Both have a great market..

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    Even though i am a SEO but IMHO, you should chase PHP as your career because it is stable and less stressing. Recently it has become more and more difficult to rank a website on top of the SERPs and at the same time Google is doing everything to make things even more bizarre ~
    "People are like dice, we throw ourselves into life."

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    Both are good and Php is a good software you can get more projects and work from offer also.

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    PHP is more effective

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    I would suggest you go with PHP programming.

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    It depends upon your expertise or your interest, But I suggest PHP programming because you can earn more in this field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farshidkv1 View Post
    Hi,
    Please help me ...
    PHP Programming Or SEO Job ,Which is good for my carrier ?
    Which have more scope ?
    I don't think any of the two would be good for your carrier. You can't carry them both, but you can earn them.
    Now, to earn them, you just have to be determined in what you're good at or capable of doing for the rest of your life.
    Career wise, php programming will definitely bring home the bacon.

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    Both scope are good. But all depend on your more interest.

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    Hi, I am doing SEO. I like this field. But i like programming also. nothing is depend on field, Depend on your interest & your knowledge. <snip />
    Last edited by cpradio; Aug 27, 2013 at 02:03.

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    The correct answer to this question would be to choose which one you are passionate about. Are you more of a marketing person or a development / programming type?

    Your answer should determine which career you should choose.

    However, if pay was a huge consideration and considering the growth of the industry, I would say programming has a slight advantage. These figures show the IT Jobs with the highest pay and fastest growth: http://www.staff.com/blog/it-jobs-wi...h-infographic/

    This should give you an idea how these IT jobs (PHP programming included) will continue to be more important in the future and most likely highly paid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farshidkv1 View Post
    Hi,
    Please help me ...
    PHP Programming Or SEO Job ,Which is good for my career ?
    Which have more scope ?
    Well, a basic and true rule is to choose the one you like the most. But i advise you PHP more than SEO as there tons of SEO agencies worldwide. SEO can be done in a remote way, with PHP it's more difficult and you will have more chances to be hired onsite.

    Good Luck.

    Mar

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    Since i am not that much familiar with PHP but i have a deep knowledge of SEO so i would say that if you opt for SEO if would never go waste and you would likely b able to appreciate your decision in few upcoming months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anjali_talking View Post
    ...And as for PHP, then i must say that the demand of PHP developer will never decrease...
    This is a terrifying statement to me largely because it's always a dangerous one to make, it's a canary in this coal mine we run.

    PHP, much like most professions, has cycles and a barrier to entry that a number of companies are actively trying to raise, as do most coding languages and few have the longevity that, say, C has in it's various forms. PHP replaced Perl a few years back and largely displaced ASP (though ASP still has it's militants), eventually something will replace PHP or it too will drastically change (like C) but it has indeed had a fairly decent life so far and has managed to remain popular largely due to the number of CMSes and server hosts that use it as with them goes the business.

    I would never recommend making a life decision based off of absolutes like this, and actually in most personal cases would be betting on the opposite outcome. PHP right now is a very high portion of the market, particularly ones ability to work in and customize a CMS.

    Also one particular note that doesn't seem to be too heavily mentioned. SEO is independent of these market issues that web based development has. Being able to get a high placement in a search engine is much like being an actor with an agent and it determines far and away the bulk of traffic one gets on a website/product to the tune of almost all of the traffic going to the first page in a search result with the bulk of that going to the first few results in that search. It's very significant and a good SEO company can affect it significantly based on knowing how the core search providers (Google, Yahoo, Bing) index results. There's more certainty in that field of career longevity than in PHP which has standards that can change drastically based on individual hosts or companies and PHP's shelf life is completely determined by the bulk of those hosts.

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    yes depend your expertise or your interest. but PHP is best. SEO is the best but less than php.

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    If you have interest in programming then I would suggest you to go for PHP for sure. Rest both have good scope, it all depends on your core of interest.

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    Ya of course, though php is more effective, Seo stands easy to work with and it goes well income when pagerank rise to the site.


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