Okay, that's a bit dramatic. Now, don't go and sell your domain, delete that site you spent good money to build and trash years of analytics that (admit it) you've been watching over like a sleeping newborn. Your website is still the hub of a many-spoked wheel-thanks to the advent of Web 2.0-where people go to get in-depth information about the core of your business.
However, for the average business, the webspace it takes up is no longer encompassed by the website alone. For some businesses today's website may account for only a fraction of a web "footprint." More than ever, consumers are looking to social networks, blogs and other Web 2.0 satellites of your site to find out... Read more »