- Building its online success on a solid brick-and-mortar foundation.
††† Author: Eric Berkman†††
Clicks & Bricks
- Once seen as adversaries, physical and electronic businesses hook up in the quest for success.
Publisher: CIO Magazine††† Author: Anne Stuart†††
- B2C2B startups, which sell first to employees and then to the enterprise, are the latest craze in VC funding.
Publisher: Darwinmag.com††† Author: Philip Anderson†††
Content Distribution Networks: A Vital Piece of the Internet Puzzle
- There's a hungry Web audience out there, and while the Internet grows so does content demand and traffic. Find out how vendors are continuously tweaking distribution networks to help providers serve up content quickly and consistently.
Publisher: EContent††† Author: Bill Trippe†††
Content: The Next Killer App
- Most people agree that the Internet has revolutionized the way we communicate and find information. The ASP is the binding force that brings the myriad of applications into a central focus.
Publisher: Ishtot, Inc.††† Author: Paul Carney†††
Crash and Learn - A Field Manual for Ebusiness Survival
- Aprilís stock-market slide has already claimed the weakest victims among Internet businesses. Around the marketplace, realityĖand austerityĖhas finally set in. Donít panic: Six key survival strategies can keep you afloat.
Publisher: Business 2.0††† Author: Kim Girard, Sean Donahue†††
Creating Value Through E-Commerce
- As dot-com companies continue to burn and crash in the inevitable Internet shakeout, itís time to recall the basic principles that separate the winners and the losers who compete in cyberspace.
Publisher: Strategic Finance††† Author: Al Chen, Laura R. Ingraham, and J. Gregory Jenkins†††
Devise an Adequate Revenue Plan
- As the online customer base is building in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Africa, many more websites will be able to make money. The key is a clear-sighted revenue plan.
Publisher: Web Marketing Today††† Author: Ralph F. Wilson†††
Do Profits Matter?
- The question haunts the sleep of everyone doing business online. Are we still in the land-grab phase of the Internet market, when it's OK to temporarily suspend hopes of profitability and spend like mad in order to grab mind-share (and market share)?
Publisher: Business 2.0††† Author: James Daly and Jeffrey Davis†††
Does Adam Simms Have a Sale?
- The CEO of iMotors.com wants to use the Web to sell his customers exactly the used car they want at a no-haggle price. But first, in a brutally harsh climate for dotcom retailers, he has to sell his strategy. Do you buy his model?
Publisher: Fast Company††† Author: Constance Loizos†††