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Live State of Internet Report

There's a very slick and visually catchy report on "The State of the Internet" from the website onlineschools.org,  that covers all sorts of interesting Internet factoids, from the minutiae (152 MILLION blogs?!?) to the grand, including which countries consider Internet access an inalienable right, and which ones consider it threatening enough to severely limit access to their citizens.


It includes a counter showing you how many folks have visited the Internet for the first time since you started looking at the page, and one that shows the number of new websites created in the same time span. (Luckily there are still more new visitors than new websites.) It also includes a neat map of the race for social media domination. Hint: Facebook is currently winning - but guess who's giving it a run for the money?


Very interesting stuff.  And for those of you who still don't think your customers want to interact with you on the web, it may give you the inspiration to revisit that assumption

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We've just finished up our web strategy research in junction with our partners at InformationWeek.

The report, based on Yeoman's President Mike Healey's research survey of 326 business technology professionals, shows that 44% of respondents run more than five distinct sites, and only 39% of those with consumer sites provide integrated cross-site search and navigation.

The big surprise, almost everyone (89%) lack a collaborative interdepartmental online approach. This report highlights the amazing amount of disconnect that exists between the business and their approach to the Internet. Some key stats to chew on:

  • 44% of respondents rate their customer-facing Web setups average to poor.
  • Nearly 45% say they operate more than five distinct sites; 14% run more than 50 sites.
  • Only 39% offer consistent navigation and search across their customer-facing Web sites.
  • Just 56% provide customers with single sign-on access to their various sites.
  • Only 11% report a truly collaborative approach to the
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