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Martin (Marty) Smith's insight:
More And More People Connected To The Web For Longer Amounts of Time is a pretty great graphic and summary of our most Internet marketing future. This excellent article from trusted source Brian Solis implies the death of things such as:
* The lecture web (all content is conversation now).
* The textual web (visuals, visuals and visuals rule).
* The one size fits all web (mobile, social and local now).
* The work web (web worming into all hours now).
The web's working its way into everything from our refrigerator telling us it is time for service to our Social, Local and Mobile dreams and desires is the ubiquitous web, the infinite waterfall web, the web whose presence is taken for granted and ever-present.
Most of today's more savvy business owners and marketers are no longer asking if they need to be active in social media.
By now, most realize that participating on major social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and receiving positive user ratings and reviews from sites like Google Places and Yelp are essential components of any comprehensive local search program.
Via Antonino Militello