Internet Doesn’t Give a Damn About the Recession
In 2008 the stock market fell into shambles, the real estate market tumbled, big companies announced big layoffs, venture capital investors became more careful, and the entire world economy went downhill. It’s enough to put a sour face on the most optimistic person.
But now contrast this with what happened to the Internet in 2008:
- The number of websites increased by 20%.
- The number of domain names increased by 19%.
- Not to mention that there were more than 1.4 billion people on the Internet, a number that will keep growing.