Sources for Web Information, Standards and Statistics
The Internet Traffic Report
monitors the flow of data around the world. It then displays a value between zero and 100.
Higher values indicate faster and more reliable connections.
Search Engine Watch provides tips and
information about searching the web, analysis of the search engine industry and help to site owners trying
to improve their ability to be found in search engines.
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
Keep up with the current Web standards. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) was formed
in 1994 by individuals, organizations, and corporations including IBM, Microsoft,
Sun Microsystems, and Netscape. The task of the W3C is to oversee the stanardization of
Web languages and protocols such as CSS, FTP, HTML, HTTP, and XML. The W3C Web site
provides detailed information and specifications on current standards. To keep up with
what's current, visit the W3C Web site.
W3C Browser Statistics
Provides information about the latest trend in browser usage, operating systems and screen resolution.
The Internet Advertising Bureau is an association of
internet advertisers and marketers that sets the guidelines and standards for advertising media.
Its activities include fielding research to document the effectiveness of the interactive medium
and educating the advertising industry about the use of interactive advertising.
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