In an earlier post on Web 2.0 and Blogging I said that more would be said on this subject and here it is. The first Social Networking sites were MySpace and FaceBook. They, like all Web 2.0 sites allow people to interact with each other, leaving messages for those who have asked to become friends, etc, but unlike the newer ones, no one has written other programs to be used with them. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s no secret to the subscribers that have been with me for a while now that I don’t just recommend everything and anything that comes down the pike.
I find it more important to be objective with my reviews so that you can make a sound decision about the products and services you’ll use for your business. Read the rest of this entry »
Initially when people started selling things on the internet they produced and sold them themselves. Then they could operate on the principle of: BUILD A WEBSITE AND THEY WILL COME But those days have long since gone.
But as more and more people wanted to join in those who already had products to sell set up Affiliate Programs, which meant that others did the advertising and only got paid when someone bought from the person they were an affiliate to. Read the rest of this entry »