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  • Seidman’s Online Insider for the Week Ending February 9,1996

    Several people have asked me what would be in it for Oracle because they don't seem like they fill the role of an "access" company. I think that's probably right, but Oracle sees itself as an Internet company. News Corp has content, and Oracle wants to pump content through its databases and video servers. If you look at the @home model, where they basically plan to "cache" a vast part of the Internet so that the high speed cable access will ...
  • Tips With regard to Standard Web hosting Companies for the net Hosting Novice

    Totally free internet hosting will be the most elementary web hosting service that you could acquire and there are lots of free hosting companies widely available on-line. Zero cost web hosting services are generally financed through advertisings in websites which are hosted. Zero cost hosting services usually are highly limited. If you obtain a free of charge web hosting service you should have ads on the top as well as the underside of the ...
  • Looking at it from a prospects point of view…

    How is this better than most affiliate programs? The affiliate can get hosting included. Well that is a common practice in the book trade and they charge a one time setup fee. ( Which in the UK has to be less than £199.99 to be legal ) A startup affiliate with no sales and no hosted site, could get the usual 5-7% commission pre sale. You can offer this to other collectible sites, and help them enhance their offerings. The top performing ...
  • Interactive Library From Opportunity Update

    We've all heard that it's easier to sell to someone who has bought from you before. People like doing business with companies they are familiar and comfortable with. They like doing business even more with companies who provide them with something extra. Have you been going that extra mile for your customers? If you're not making a conscious effort, it's possible that you just aren't providing that "something extra" that your clients ...