In 1995, Netscape arrived, and the race to the dot.com boom began, driven by venture capitalists wanting huge returns in the fast-growing market and part of gold-mine investments like eBay or Amazon. Everyone invested in a sea of new start-ups, each considered to be the Next Big Thing. Not long after the ground-breaking Google IPO share values and the Henry Bloget emails, the bubble burst, sending many companies into utter oblivion.
Is It Bubble, Bubble, Toil, And Trouble For SEOs?
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About the AuthorJoe Whyte (35 Posts)
Joe Whyte has been developing, managing and implementing successful, innovative, bleeding edge digital marketing strategies for Fortune 500 companies for over 7 years.