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World Wide Web (www)

a multimedia presentational tool that uses computers and other media to communicate, often through the INTERNET. The World Wide Web permits two-way interactive communications with large numbers of people simultaneously. The World Wide Web is an important tool of E-COMMERCE insofar as Internet marketing can be undertaken by developing colourful and attractive web pages to gain visitors' attention. As the number of people ‘surfing’ the web grows the potential to market goods through web browsers has become a significant element of firms' promotional mix.

World Wide Web (www)

or web a multimedia presentational tool that uses computers and other media to communicate, often through the INTERNET. The World Wide Web permits two-way interactive communications with large numbers of people simultaneously. The World Wide Web is an important tool of E-COMMERCE insofar as Internet marketing can be undertaken by developing colourful and attractive web pages to gain visitors attention. As the number of people ‘surfing’ the web grows, the potential to market goods through web browsers has become a significant element of firms promotional mix.
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The World Wide Wait is over, well for me anyway, as ADSL has finally come into my life.
Jokes about the world wide wait just aren't funny when the phone bill arrives.
The challenge that online service faces is the so-called bandwidth problem: Stuffing huge chunks of data through conventional phone lines without suffering interminable delays, which is why the World Wide Web is often called the world wide wait. But several new high-capacity transmission options are becoming not only popular but also economical, and in the next year or two one or several of them likely will become standard for online connections.
Most CEOs need only to be burned once on the "World Wide Wait" before throwing in the virtual towel.
'Everyone who's ever logged on from home will have experienced 'world wide wait', with a third of time online spent waiting for pages to download.

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