They started in 1998 - just 10 short years ago. AOL and Yahoo had a solid head start. AOL and Yahoo were bought up by media Companies who changed their approach. Mass marketing vs a million markets of one. Hunting for customers vs being hunted by customers.
Personal computers had 3 stages - games, word processing and spreadsheets & The Internet The Internet has had - email and research, the age of brochureware, Social media (the really big reason to be online)
The average person is spending 46% of their free time online.
YouTube has more content than all TV networks put together
the power of communities
The scalability of the internet is like nothing we have ever dealt with.
And where is this all going? We’ve only just begun. Web 3.0 is beginning - a whole new wave of even more useful web applications attracting more people to spend more time online. Google’s future looks bright. How’s yours?
The key is timing. Even if you have the right person with the right product the buyer must need the product at that moment. We can reach them too early - or too late (after they have purchased a competitor’s product.
emarketing Toronto | e10 | Nice Numbers!
1,000,000,000,000,000 <ul><li>1 trillion - the # of URLs Google is currently indexing </li></ul>Source: The Official Google Blog www.e10egency.com
5,000,000,000,000 <ul><li>5 Billion - the # of minutes spent of Facebook every day </li></ul>Source: Facebook.com/statistics www.e10egency.com
3,600,000,000,000 <ul><li>3.6 Billion - the # of photos archived on Flickr.com as of June 09 </li></ul>Source: eMarketer Daily www.e10egency.com
100,000,000, <ul><li>one hundred million - the # YouTUBE videos watched every day </li></ul>EVERY DAY! www.e10egency.com
200,000,000 <ul><li>two hundred million - the # of Facebook accounts as of April 14, 2009 </li></ul>Source: Facebook.com/statistics www.e10egency.com
350,000,000 <ul><li>three hundred and fifty million - the # of Facebook accounts as of Dec 1, 2009 </li></ul>http://www.facebook.com/press/info.php?statistics#/press/info.php?statistics www.e10egency.com
83% B2B Buyers Found Their Vendor Online In 2007 Source: EnQuiro/Zoominfo/Marketing Sherpa / SSI Survey 2007 www.e10egency.com