Resources - B2B
Search engine optimization related business to business (B2B)
resources are listed for those who wish to seek our relevant
websites of this nature. On this list are some valuable resources
for those pursuing link building in the B2B industry.
- he leading business search engine and business directory
designed to help its users find the companies, products, services,
and information they need to make the right business decisions.
- the business to business online magazine for marketing strategists.
- Offering free business listings and affordable advertising.
Business-to-business (B2B) trend analysis is important in
order to put together a marketing plan for the upcoming year.
This is especially true for e-B2B since this movement is still
in its infancy relative to the traditional B2B models. Not
all trends will affect your business but it is good to be
aware of what is going on and what is coming up in order to
make informed business decisions.
Some trends to be aware of for the near and not so near future
include: Global wage gap is tightening and a backlash against
outsourcing continues to heat up, Internet Telephony will
continue to take market share from the Baby Bells, more large
companies will consolidate and large layoffs will continue,
Wi-Fi will grow by leaps and bounds, security remains the
number one IT concern and computer viruses will be even more
prevalent than they are now.
In China and southern Asia the wage gap is tightening due
to rapid growth in these areas. This is a reversal of historic
trends, which will have a huge impact to the global economy.
India and China will continue to gain ground on Western wages
as global outsourcing of jobs will continue, which may be
curbed only slightly by governmental intervention.
Peer-to-peer telephony, VOIP, increased cell phone functionality
and public access WLAN's will continue to heat up and will
change the landscape of communications as we currently know
it. The large local and long distance providers will continue
to struggle with the loss of land-lines as other players continue
to take large chunks of market share from them.
Large companies will continue to merge, consolidate and layoff
large numbers of their workforces in order to retain profitability.
Unlikely merge partners will come together in an effort to
Wi-Fi will continue to heat up and come of age over the next
several years. Free wireless hotspots will increase substantially
and new IM and email by wireless devices will cause message
volume to increase substantially.
IT security finally reaches the boardroom as CIO's will be
replaced for failing to secure their business environments
and for business stoppages due to security issues. Viruses,
worms, Trojan Horses and failed patch management will all
contribute to the never-ending battle for a secure environment.
The $50 billion a year identity-theft problem will force increased