EN3515 Lecture 2: The Internet Industry: Success and Failures The Internet Industry: Successes and Failures The Legends Types of Businesses in the Internet Economy The Major Financer of Internet Business: Advertising Some interesting business models Current Successors The Less Fortunate
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The Internet Industry: Successes and Failures
80 percent from advertising (not just banner ad, e.g. real estate)
Fiscal Year-End: December2000 Sales (mil.): 2,762.001-Yr. Sales Growth: 68.4%Employees: 9,000Revenue per employee: $306,888.89
stock, http://etrade.com/, medical care)
The Mobile Data Association announced in May 2001 that over 900 million text messages were sent throughout the UK during April 2001. The total number of chargeable person-to-person text messages sent across the four UK GSM network operators in April was 900 million, compared with 375 million sent in the same period last year.
(Mobile Lifestream, 22 May 2001)
(Economic Journal, July 23, 2001, p.22)
(INTERACTIVE ADVERTISING BUREAU, April 23, 2001)
(INTERACTIVE ADVERTISING BUREAU, April 23, 2001) http://www.iab.net
(Competitive Media Reporting, February 6, 2001)