Will the Internet retain its position in 15 years? What will be its functions? How will sites change? To answer this question, let’s first look at a very recent past – 12 years ago … sellingpix, Shutterstock.com The World Wide Web audience was about 250 million people. Sites were not very colorful collections of texts. The number of illustrations was limited by the bandwidth of the channel and the amount of traffic. Information processing was carried out on sufficiently low-power systems by today’s standards, with a small amount of operational and permanent memory. Servers also left much to be desired … Technical limitations, of course, prevented the full disclosure of the creative potential of web developers. They sometimes so wanted to screw the chip in a bit more fun and more fun, in order to fully realize their Continue reading
Looking at the ranking of blogs, I saw an up arrow. During the day, went up thirty-three thousand positions ?! Wow, an intellectual sport! But it captivates. Pixelbliss, Shutterstock.com Today, it was hard to wait for the afternoon to take a look at the new numbers. Up by two seven hundred. Already not impressive, I want to jump over hundreds of thousands of users and get among the first. Should I study the experience of the masters for this? I look at blogs that are in the top hundred in popularity based on these ratings. I see a lot of photos and videos. The text is coherent, but rustic. Mention famous names. Commenting on events a moment after they become aware of them – with some arrogance of recognized authority, a proper attitude towards them is dictated. As if behind the backs of popular bloggers there is a Continue reading
Any more or less advanced Internet user has repeatedly come across terms such as SMO and SMM. The initiates can easily operate them, but most people have a somewhat vague concept of what SMO and SMM really are, and even more so what is the difference between them.
First, let’s decide that SMO and SMM are not the same thing. It can be said that SMO is part of SMM, but these concepts should be separated in order to better understand all the information.
This is social media marketing, which consists in carrying out a complex of events on other people’s sites (forums, blogs, websites, chats, news resources, etc.) with the aim of promoting goods, services, advertising services and coverage of events.
SMM is not an open ad. This is a hidden, unobtrusive advertisement that attracts the target audience to the promoted product. Users should not understand that they are openly offered a product – they must themselves want to purchase / order a service due to the information provided. Continue reading