If there is one thing that the e-crash of April 2000 has not changed, it is the angle under which journalists approach the Internet. A few years back, they were talking about millionaire entrepreneurs and fundraising, and today they are only talking about failing start-ups and companies filing for bankruptcy. The Internet problem boils down to a simple financial question: How can internet marketing design redefine the Internet?
However, individuals must not stop looking for more complex ways to increase their business presence. The value of a site goes beyond the mere monetary dimension. While many sites generate no cash flow directly, they still have value for the company: improved brand image, dissemination of information to investors, partners, and so on...Read More >>