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The next phase of e-commerce may cast the World Wide Web in a backup role. Often
mistakenly equated to the Internet, the Web's shortcomings as a commerce medium have
analysts forecasting a new era of Internet commerce. "[The Web] will be augmented and
changed, not obsolete," Jupiter Media Metrix analyst Rob Leathern told the E-Commerce
Times. "Technology companies will move away from the Web as a static published page, and
will be more dynamic about how transactions and data move around."
Everyone this is real, when a new business buys a url, hosting, web design, pays for search submissions, he prints business cards, sends out catalogs for his clients with web site address and hands out to his customers and prospects.
It take a long time to get listed at a big expense. The listings posted are only by a few search engines so guess what? After a year of trying to promote his site, most search engines can't find his business even with correct web site address given to everyone. So ecommerce business And clients are discouraged with internet, can't find even a web site address when they got one?
So only solution is to find the search engine that can find your site address given and promote that search engine and your web site. "Search Engines" on internet better get together so all have a way to direct to a site when correct url is entered or they as a search engine will be lost. Let's work together to make e-commerce and internet more appealing to all new web site owners.
With regard to the coffee pot connected to the internet, etc.,
I thought we had all stopped smoking this crack. What hole have these folks been hiding in for the past year?