What Cloud Computing Means For Your Online Marketing Campaign

Last week, Google unveiled a revolutionary new way to use the computer – cloud computing.  In case you missed the awesome video we posted on Facebook and Twitter last week where a precocious group of 10 year olds explained the cloud, the cloud is basically the most expansive idea of the internet. It’s not only websites and email, it is also internet-based file storage, applications and much more. 

Google’s revolutionary idea is a new operating system that makes computing entirely cloud-based. That means all your files are stored online and all your programs are web applications (“apps”) used within your browser. Google has released their new cloud-based operating system on a notebook known as the Cr-48 in a pilot program, allowing users to test functionality and report back to Google.  Similar notebooks are expected to be released for sale to the general public in about 6 months, and they are projected to be more affordable than desktop-based computers.

So what does this mean for your online marketing campaign?  A move toward cloud-based computing means more people will be online all the time. It means even more people will join social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. It also means the general public will gain a better understanding of the idea of social networks and other things happening online. And that all boils down to more exposure for you and better results from your online marketing campaigns!

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