Expect the Growth of On-line Marketing and Advertising to reach $26 billion annually by 2010

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WebStream Internet Solutions, Ft. Lauderdale, FL - The latest numbers and projections for the worldwide Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) industry continue to look very promising for online marketing and advertising.

WebStream Internet Solutions, Ft. Lauderdale, FL - The latest numbers and projections for the worldwide Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) industry continue to look very promising for online marketing and advertising. According to a new five-year forecast from Forrester Research (NASDAQ: FORR), online marketing and advertising will represent 8 percent of total advertising spending in 2010 — rivaling ad spending on cable/satellite TV and radio. In addition, almost half of marketers plan to decrease spending in traditional advertising channels like magazines, direct mail, and newspapers to fund an increase in online ad spending. By 2010, Forrester expects the market to reach $26 billion annually.

WebStream Internet Solutions (http://www.webstream.net) specializes in improved Search Engine Optimization programs that tweak web sites to increase findability on major search engines. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a service that enhances individual pages of a website to conform to search engine rules, thus making them identify a web page as more relevant to certain keywords. With over 8 billion web sites now indexed by Google, it is becoming increasingly difficult to get fair rankings by relying on old school techniques, or by simply submitting a site to the search engines.

WebStream also specializes in Search Engine Marketing (SEM) services for web site owners willing to pay for qualified buyers of their product or service. Paid sponsor ads connect web sites with new customers at the precise moment when they're looking for a particular product or service. WebStream creates the ads, using specific keywords to match ads to the audience and the web site owner pays only when someone clicks on the ad. The cost of each click is determined by how much a site owner is willing to spend on each click. When someone searches for a particular item on a participating search engine, the ad for that same item is displayed on the same search results page. The more a site owner is willing to pay per click, determines where on the page their ad displays.

Founded in 1997 with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, WebStream is one of the oldest and largest web development companies and a leading provider of comprehensive business Internet services, with an emphasis on serving the business-to-business market in more than 200 countries and every U.S. state. WebStream offers a wide range of Internet solutions, including high-speed web hosting, co-location services, e-commerce services, web design/programming and search engine optimization and marketing. WebStream also offers an Affiliate Reseller Program that is available worldwide.

For more information on WebStream’s On-line Marketing Programs, visit http://www.webstream.net, call Toll Free, 1-888-932-2333, or email info-at-webstream.net.

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Kerry Brewer

WebStream

2200 W Commercial Blvd, Suite 204

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

(888) 932-2333

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