Vigilance On The Internet
After going through some very high quality abstract at shvoong, added with my own experiences, it has become necessary to put following matters on the Internet:
(1) The value of a given blog increases reciprocally with the increasing number of visitors at that particular Blog, all over the world.
(2) The Multipurpose Internet Service Providers (MISPs) generate money for themselves, by three primary methods as described as the following :
(i) By selling various updated Software for various purposes, mostly on line. The need or appropriately updated software become indispensable with the increasing number of the users of the Internet/computers, perpetually, all over the world.
(ii) By trading various provisions, mostly On line.
(iii)By hosting advertisements. More the Web-pages, more the opportunities for the MISPs to generate revenue by hosting advertisements. This very fact is the reason the MISPs entice bloggers with the promises of certain fixed share in the revenue generated by the advertisements on IInternet, in order to generate more and more Web pages.
Such promises can be fulfilled only if the MISPs facilitate perpetual Internet traffic at respective Blogs, technically. The number of visitors at a given Web-page, at a given time, is calculated by a system called CPM, i.e. clicks per minute. But the MISPs, practically, do not bother for the benefits of the advertisers/Bloggers, since the opportunities to host advertisements occur incessantly for the MISPs/search engines. Such tendency adversely affects the interests of Bloggers as well as the advertisers, since zero visitor at the given blogs means zero information about the products, for which advertisements are made on Internet, and zero revenue for the respective Bloggers and advertisers, thereby zero availability of purposeful/informative/educative Blogs on the Internet.
Such eventuality will inevitably jeopardise the powerful system of the Internet. Even the Giant MISPs will be at loosing end, eventually.
(3) The concerned Bloggers and Internet advertisers should check, periodically, with the appropriate authorities, all over the world, on the following points.
(i) How many Blogs are hosted at a given time, at a given Web-site?
(ii) How many pages are occupied by each respective Blog at a given Web-site, at a given time?
(iii)How many Bloggers are there around the world? And, how many Bloggers are aliens to and have never visited, the country where the concerned MISP is based?
(iv) How many varieties of advertisements appear, consecutively, at a given Web-page?
(v) How many CPM occur at a given Web-page, at a given time?
(vi) How much revenue is generated under each of the above-mentioned circumstances? And, how much money is disbursed amongst the Bloggers, all over the world, as their due shares outof the entire revenue generated by the advertisements?
(vii)Do the respective Tax/Revenue authorities keep vigil on the aforesaid points, all over the world?
And, any form of corruption should be exposed and defeated.
That will perpetually generate level playing ground for all the concerned parties in the world of the Internet.
About the Author (text)Rajrites Blogs, to defeat corruption on the Internet, at http://www.shvoong.com/tags/rajrites-abstracts/ under pseudonymous identity.
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