How Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 will Influence E-Commerce


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How Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 will Influence E-Commerce
E-commerce is now an entrenched business model, as selling over the Internet steadily comes to rival brick-and-mortar retailing in popularity. The future of e-commerce will certainly be impacted by trends in both Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. This paper will offer a basic explanation of how Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 will influence e-commerce, and conclude that Web 3.0 holds more promise to serve as a helpful and strategic technology for business that sell over the Internet.
E-Commerce Term Paper
What is the future of e-commerce? Many practitioners and authorities are agreed that, whatever particular form e-commerce might take, ordinary people will play an important role in its...
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..... livelihood is e-commerce would be far better served by employing data mining to understand her customers’ and prospects’ browsing and page-sampling behavior than by putting up a comment page and letting the customers ‘run the company.’ That, in this era, would be tantamount to giving lunatics the run of the asylum.
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