You can build a powerful and personalized, targeted social or professional network on the web which can extend far beyond the local “old ties club” for far less cash than you would spend at an exclusive private school (without underestimating such ties, that is my standard line when I hear people sending their kids to expensive private schools ?to network?). But beyond that narrow reason there are many others, that all depend on the usefulness of Web 2.0 I think this concept of sharing your work with an unlimited audience on the web is of tremendous value for Christian home based business opportunities.
I think the title is a bit overblown but there is some good stuff here relating to information literacy. I think that Wikipedia is a wonderful example of human beings working collaboratively to gather and organize information on almost any topic you can think of. The Internet has made information so readily available to share and consume, that with a little reading, almost anyone can become an expert on any topic.
Wikis are wonderful collaborative tools that can allow Christian home based business opportunities from all different areas to share information with each other and work collaboratively on projects. Keen points out that blogs and wikis have no “gatekeepers” to verify and monitor information. You have to verify the information you find through many different sources, including print sources.
This is an exciting opportunity for users to help one another while benefiting from the latest in dynamic Web technology. The ability to reduce the need to click is a quantum leap forward on web sites that helps your site stay packed full of the information you want to share, without your site visitor having to scroll for eternity or click through hundreds of times to get what they want. A normal website functions by delivering pages of information, with links that allow a user to move from page to page.
Free or low-cost, simple, open source internet-based applications and services designed to enhance on-line collaboration are now available to Christian home based business opportunities. Many young people are well used to working in a 3D environment on the Internet, through social networking sites and gaming. The important things to remember are that 1) people can and do adopt new technologies when they are show that they are useful, and 2) Connect Our People?s community-building system is not dependent on previous internet use but can be easily taught to first-time users.
From that point forward, they could turn back to the search engine at different times to assist them in the purchase. The problem with search right now is knowing which of those multiple touch points the consumer is at. And finally, we could start to pull away from the pure direct response tactics that restrict the effectiveness of search.