1)Identify a Web 2.0 application or site, describing the qualities that make it a Web 2.0 application or site. Does the site you selected have any business value? What is it?
2)Your Web production company has received an RFP for building an e-commerce Web site for Carlotti's, a renowned gourmet and specialty butcher that now wishes to sell goods over the Internet. Describe the elements you will include in your proposal to Carlotti's. In addition to the Web site proposal, will you make any other recommendations?
3)What is augmented reality? Give an example. Describe how augmented reality technologies could be used in e-commerce.
4)Discuss some of the unique features that must be taken into account when designing a mobile Web presence.
5)Assume you are analyzing the market opportunity of a distance learning company, Learnmore.com, that creates education courses delivered over the Internet for the Fortune 1000 corporate market. Assume that the overall size of the distance learning market is $25 billion. The overall market can be broken down into three major market segments: Corporate, College, and Elementary/High School, each of which accounts for a third of the market. Within the Corporate market, there are two market niches: Fortune 1000, which accounts for 60% of the market, and all others, which together account for 40% of the market. What is Learnmore.com's realistic market opportunity, approximately?
6)The growth of which type of e-commerce almost doubled from 2011 to 2012?
7)In 2012, roughly ________ million people in the United States accessed the Internet via mobile devices.