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There is so much talk about Facebook these days, with more and more people signing up each day, but it is often considered to be nothing more than a fun way to chat to your friends and share some photos. If you are of this opinion, you would be wrong.
Internet advertising, also known as online advertising or web advertising may be one of the most effective advertising methods used, as it provides the ability to target specific markets while they are surfing the Internet.
With the explosion of dedicated video sites like youtube.com and video.google.com, and the increased availability of high speed internet, including video on your website is becoming more and more attractive.
According to a study by the e-tailing group and PowerReviews around 50% of Internet users now routinely use the web to research products and services before deciding what to buy.
According to a report by The UK Online Measurement Company (part of the Nielsen group) UK internet users spent 65% more time online during April 2010 (some 884 million hours) than they did during the same period in 2007.
Online video is a great way to deliver engaging, informative and truly valuable content to your website visitors. And people love it.
Facebook, twitter, blogs, reviews, forums, online video… the web’s gone all social and interactive. Amongst the legions of fans, followers and friends on social media sites across the web you’ll find your customers.
Here at LetsHost we’re always keen to hear from our Web Hosting customers. We work hard to offer one of the best web hosting deals in Ireland, with a great blend of features, space and bandwidth at what we consider to be great value. But more than that, we strive to make the experience of hosting your website with us an enjoyable and productive one.
Social Media has been the darling of the digirati, online early adopters and web2.0 advocates for a while now, but 2009 was the year when explosive growth took social media into the mainstream.