Generosity as a basis of e-business
|created: 05.02.2009||updated: 07.26.2011||
If the more developed technology is cheaper, at some point becomes free? The response also helps to understand why the traffic from users on the Internet is determined by the generosity of the content.
More or less in 1988, a cell phone cost $ 1500, but in 1998 (only 10 years later) it cost only $ 200. At present the telecommunications companies give more aggressive in marketing the device for the purchase of a new customer. This enables us to understand where the greatest generosity may become the detonator of the key core business of an enterprise.
What is most evident in telecommunications and other information technology is the same for other industries. Away from the effects of inflation are no better and cheaper cars, medicines, appliances, transportation and services?
The demand is changing:
In classical economics the supply of goods grows only if demand increases, but under the principle of constant improvement and cheapening of technology are constantly creating new opportunities for demand (i.e. business). If there is more supply of resources then there is more demand for them.
When information is organized on the Internet, Yahoo is a paradigm of generosity by this. It has been organized more broadly and free information on Yahoo, the more ubiquitous then it becomes recognized.
The value of generosity:
I am not suggesting that the new economy is based on the gift of things. No, I'm proposing that generosity is a key strategy for the establishment, expansion or consolidation of business in a networked economy as it has been emerging around the Internet.
Naturally, one might almost say the essence of strategic planning in the web economy, is to determine how to compete and win in a market so generously, which is not only a strategy of marketing business but also it makes sense if generosity is a function of detonation products and services in return.