Tag: .net magazine
The triple threat of a weak market, legal pressure and increasing competition has compelled real estate professionals to offer their information more freely online.
Barnes & Noble has introduced a new Website that aims to teach Web users things as diverse as the basics of football and how to build a Web site.
A popular online fantasy fishing site is really a marketing tool for a boat maker.
A set of Internet start-up companies has emerged to help small businesses use the Web as more than just an online brochure.
Google’s new search-within-search feature has sparked fears from publishers and retailers that users will be siphoned away through ad sales to competitors.
Hospitals have begun installing Internet systems with dedicated shopping channels, to help patients pick up goods they will need for their recuperation.
If executives are going to rely on the wisdom of the masses for business help, it’s probably time the masses get a little compensation for it.
An online marketing strategy offers free good now, but consumers will have to buy something later.
IT sounds like a recipe from the Internet’s cookbook for business disasters. Sell bulky commodity items at prices low enough to compete with grocery stores, and ship them free to consumers. The recipe vaporized businesses like Pets.com, Webvan and othe…
Although most of the real estate industry wishes it could fast-forward through 2008, a few online start-ups are surviving nicely.