The strategic fast-food-executive-turned-Internet-entrepreneur would capitalize on the fact that algorithms for tracking behavior as visitors linger on pages and traverse their way around a site are built into most Internet applications.
He would use those results to design products that hijack the neurobiological reward circuitry in our brains.
A search engine surveys sites and builds a database organized according to their content.
When you type a few descriptive words in the search engine's home page, it finds and displays a list of matching sites ranked by relevance.
He would learn to bombard customers with enticing alerts and reminders. He might give customers virtual credits, based on how continuously they pounded away at a game or stayed glued to a social networking site.
In doing so, he would pinpoint the fastest route to our brain's pleasure center.
Strategy Segmentation and market feasibility study of the Israeli and US markets and forming a penetration strategic according to the findings.
Provided Services Consulting: Formulation of a business plan and a business model.A search site automatically compares your criteria to billions of Web pages and gives you results in a fraction of a second.You can perform dozens of searches in the course of a few minutes, altering the criteria as you narrow down results.A search engine saves you time in two ways: by eliminating the need to find information manually, and by performing searches at high speeds.Without a search engine, you would have to look at sites one by one and pore over the contents of each carefully – a tedious prospect.Over hundreds of thousands of years, our hunter-gather ancestors ate diets that were mostly vegetarian and low in fat, salt, and sugar.