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November 7, 2012

The Business Model On the Internet

Category: General – Tags: – admin – 5:34 am

Today, most Internet web sites exist across the income they receive through advertising, statistics show around 95%. If any site that was free to choose to spend a payment model is observed as soon loses its users who opt for other alternatives increasingly available free on the net. Given the structure of websites and web applications and low maintenance costs and fierce competition, most webmasters choose to offer their services and information for free. Some sites opt for a mixed model in which charge for some services, known as premium, and offer the rest for free, and others can find social networks working relationships Xing and LinkedIn. When a user searches on the Internet one of the keywords or keywords that a greater number of times it appears in your searches is the word free.

There is a general thought that everything available on the Internet is free and you can copy and store on your computer freely. We have news blogs, the websites of government agencies or officials, online newspapers, forums, social networks, portals, web downloads of books, etc.. These are services used by all users and especially for young people who have no income and is not willing to pay anything to enjoy. There are, however, certain sectors of payment for that payment for service is common such as dating sites and dating, adult websites, portals, job postings, real estate portals, etc. In general, it is service-oriented middle-aged people and companies as are those who have sufficient purchasing power to pay for such services. However, we can also find free sites with such content. If you're proposing to start a business on the Internet must take into account these aspects, we must analyze the competition, to see that model used and the type of advertising they are using to make themselves known. In the areas of payment, the portals are spending enormous sums of money in campaigns advertising as they can then amortize the revenue they earn with their subscribers.

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