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What Do You Find Most Useful About The Internet?
Personally, I think besides a lot of things, such as telecommuting and electronic communication, the Internet is great for car and house buying. You can learn so much about a car or house using the Internet before you even approach the seller. The Internet really is a game changer for these sorts of transactions. It provides the buyer with much more information and time to make an informed decision to buy.
The internet is a free tool to voice opinion when there is no other source available.Thanks to the internet,the Television department of the media can't corner the market and feed us what they want;you don't have to bend your information to agree with their terms.This means the internet is a loophole where truth can establish itself;Thank God for Hubpages and Wiki leaks.There are many more,but I don't want to write a book,so i will rely on the others to supply the needed info.
I can find answers to almost anything. I homeschool my children, without the internet, I honestly don't know if i would of taken it on.
The Internet is most useful in acquiring information and communicating with companies as an individual. As a business owner it is most useful in communicating your products/services to potential and current customers.
As an author it is most useful in developing a profile to gain recognition for your expertise not to mention articles and books.
Overall the most useful aspect of the Internet is the unlimited availability of information which can be absorbed to increase your knowledge. I know in some countries the availability of information may have limitations but the option to increase your knowledge as an individual is always a plus however limited it may be.
I guess we all know about the potential of internet and websites as a supplement and sometimes even compliment to the day job.
Above the common "make money online" advantage, there's a more important advantage - reduction in paper work and eventually carbon footprints.
We can open an online bank account without the need of paper forms and checks. We can buy virtually anything from Amazon and eBay and pay via Credit cards, debit cards and PayPal.
Moreover, almost all businesses have their virtual real estate in their own part of the web which makes our life easier.
by marriedwithdebt6 years ago
Why do people still write about the Internet like it's a new thing?Every day I see Hubs that start out "With the Internet becoming a popular way to find information" or "Advancements in technology like...
by tperkins-tyler6 years ago
Favorite and least favorite things about the internet...The internet is a wonderful thing! So many different ways to learn, explore, and create. What is your favorite and least favorite things about the internet?
by keira78 years ago
In your opinion. What is the gretast invention/discovery and why ?
by Puzzlements7 years ago
Does anyone know where I can find good useful internet marketing information or tips?I am so new to this world and sorting through all the junk is hard!
by saket717 years ago
Is there some truth in what I term as "Dumbing down of the generation? Is the current generation...suffering with too much information and too little knowledge (and even the thirst for it)?
by Austin Enfroy5 years ago
Question about the internetCan anyone tell me if there are any rules for the internet that say that what you publish on the internet has to be factual? I see a lot of conflicting information out there and I was...
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