Jill Ellworth says "Commercial use of the Internet is a topic of debate and hot and rapidly growing activity, as discussion lists on all websites talk about the rapid growth of commercial use, Commercial components are one of the most developed online sectors of the era of global communications".
Initially, the Internet grew slowly but over time, the Internet expanded to more than 45,000 local networks in more than 200 countries, about 30 million people have some kind of Internet connection. In general, the Internet has included individuals, groups, organizations, schools, universities, business services, companies and governments, as well as free networks. Statistics on the Internet are usually estimated for the continuing change and increase in numbers.
There are a number of interesting indicators and statistics, including:
1. Internet growth is estimated at approximately 10% per month.
2. The commercial sector is growing at a rate of between 10% - 13% per month.
Commercial use of the Internet, where the commercial internet sector is currently growing faster than any other sector, has increased.
A range of projects and businesses are the major forces used for the Internet and the commercial forces used for the Internet exist in a wide range of industries, including advanced technology manufacturers and computer-related industries, oil companies, pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical companies, healthcare-related industries, financial services and banks, and internet intensity by some of these companies increased by up to 90% in the first quarter of 1995.
Industry giants are not only internet users, but also used by many small businesses and individual investors at a low cost through commercial distributors.
Unsurprisingly, because of the intensity of online business, a few years ago these questions were appearing on the Internet itself, such as: Can we do our business online?
Are there any online businesses? Now there are hundreds or thousands of websites that have their own domain name.
Many businesses have found that internet use meets a large number of their needs, including marketing, vendor guidance, buyer promotion and information sharing, and joint research and development projects; companies, with the help of the Internet, can develop and prepare new products, receive purchase orders and electronic documents, and retrieve data from specialized databases.
In addition, businesses can find advice to establish and preserve their business relationship, get market surveys, make good deals, locate the expertise and competencies they need, and even companies can sell their products directly. Delivery and management facilities have recently and increasingly become a critical factor in issues relating to production and consumer service in any business.
The ability to maintain competitive status depends on access to the latest information about the market it deals with, as well as knowledge of the latest technology in the industry. Knowing what other companies are doing, seeing what information is available and discovering new markets can help them maintain a competitive advantage.
The cooperation of more than one participating company has become increasingly common, and the Internet is helping to facilitate such cooperation, which may be in the direction of designing a product, distribution channels, research and development of productive and marketing means.
Collaborative methods through the Internet have been enhanced by their information wealth and connectivity.
The Internet has also been able to improve the performance and development of these new cooperative patterns, which is a prerequisite for promoting competition in different markets.
The Internet provides a quick way to communicate with distributors and suppliers, which brings speed and diversity to the process of obtaining supplies and the requirements of the production process. Through fast communication, the Internet can reduce inventory at any company.
The Internet can show various business activities on the sites of new suppliers and enable companies to maintain channels of communication with these suppliers, the Internet can practice marketing through direct communication through its online presence, and although advertising is faced with some problems on the Internet, companies can use the Internet to market their services and products, and companies can provide a clearer view of their marketing programs.
In conclusion, attending an online business has many advantages, helping and guiding customers, gaining competitive advantages and opportunities for marketing and collaboration with other organizations and companies.
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