Accordingly, we suggest that you think about a Web site as something that’s constantly under construction, where you post content as it’s created or updated, and where you revise as needed, thereby letting your site grow and become more polished naturally, almost organically. » Read more: How Should a Web Site Be Developed?(3)
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The predictions made at the height of the dotcom mania for online business-to-business (b2b) trading may have been ridiculously optimistic, but in 2002 the US Census Bureau reported that b2b transactions accounted for 94% of all e-commerce sales in 2000. » Read more: Essential Internet: B2B or Not B2B?
This bulletin-board methodology is somewhat opposite of the strategy taken by larger companies, which is to treat a Web site like a software product—something that needs extensive research, development, and testing before it can be rolled out. » Read more: How Should a Web Site Be Developed?(2)
That figure, however, represents only 1.6% of the total retail spend, a stark illustration of exactly how significant retail e-business is. Some sectors are growing much faster than others. Travel, in particular, is fulfilling the high expectations that were set long ago, neatly illustrating one of the internet’s most persuasively useful attributes: » Read more: Internet: It’s The Old Economy, Stupid Part (3)