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I'm a developer of over 20 years experience and I've been building relational databases the whole time with varying degrees of normalization. I like it best when the problem is given to me as you stated above. From your statement, it seems like you are trying to design the database. Instead, yo...

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Linux + MariaDB (Fast MySQL). Enterprise level throughput + scalability. Cost == $0. Well, cost included with whatever hosting you're using. I run a private hosting company. Some of my machines are running 250,000+ uniques/hour + have been for months. MariaDB can handle whatever load you thr...

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Tip: You'll only do this if you're a Thrillseeker looking to loose massive revenue. You'll never, ever, ever turn over design of any business critical system to anyone in the class of "junior anything" who requires "SQL courses". You'll have an experienced designer handle your SQL design.

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You can use WordPress as a REST API, which allows you to read/write data from WP in JSON format. However, this won't be as performant as other database solutions, so you may want to consider alternatives unless there's a strong business reason to use WordPress. I've built apps without WordPre...

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Have you thought about suggesting existing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platforms? While they all have learning curves to tackle, they will still surely be time savers compared to starting from scratch. I'm a big fan of Infusionsoft and a Certified Partner but if a robust solution lik...

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Yes definitely. As you know these elements are super important pertaining to to this information. There are plethora of small businesses that cannot the technical expertise needed in some cases to increase in engagements on websites, which for most websites are the best promotion tools. This woul...

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There are a lot of players in this market. Many that integrate with all the major CRMs and append and clean data. I would say I get at least 1 email a day from a data vendor and I have been on countless demos and calls and because my client is so niche they never have more 5-10 records even via...

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Using Google Places API and storing the results in your own database likely violates the terms of service. Likewise, you are limited to the number of calls per day to the API. If you expect users to appreciate (and pay for) the software you are generating, you should do likewise. Go with the l...

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In general, your database has value. Probably very little, but value, nonetheless. It would have considerably more value if you revived it and were able to prove that you had a viable business and active user base. While there are investors who buy dormant businesses, you'll find a much larger ...

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