The experimental phase for social networks is over. It's time to show a viable business model, analyst firm In-Stat claimed.
It can hardly be considered a coincidence that the wake-up call coincides with the high-on-hype Web2.0 expo that is taking place in San Francisco this week. At the event, one of the show's organizers asked a packed keynote room if they considered web2.0 a bubble. To his own surprise, nobody seemed to deny the hype element.
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