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+ - Web 2.0 attributes in common site irrelevant?

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kosmosik writes "I'am building website for monthly printed newsletter and I wonder are common Web 2.0 attributes like RSS feeds, tagging system, comments and so on relevant? The site is oriented on business users (in cosmetics market) so I imagine profile of visitor — not to techy. My question: is it worth putting all this new stuff into the website? How many *common* people use these features on daily basis? I have a concern of putting entire system into this domain, because I fear that in effect nobody will use these features anyway. I don't mind the users — no problem for them. I do mind site editors and maintainers."

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