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Web 2.0 - Catchy Phrase But What Does It Mean
Web 2.0, the name insinuates the next version of the web but what exactly is the next version? Judging by what can be seen and tested to date, Web 2.0 seems to be a conglomerate of new social websites combined with information clearinghouses like Dig and Stumble Upon.
It's NOT a new web but more of a new way to use the web we already have. Information sharing and social networking websites have begun to change the way we use the web to gather information and share it with others looking for the same information.
It's like having thousands of people all looking for the same information. Once they find something of interest it is then shared across the social network for others to preview.
What Does It Mean To Be A Part Of Web 2.0
If you're a website owner it means being connected. It means you have a profile set up on My Space, Face Book, and as many of the other leading Social Networking websites currently found today. It also means you have your website equipped with the social bookmark or sharing buttons.
If you have a video of your business get it on You Tube. If you have a commercial video get it listed on as many of these sites as possible. If you don't know how to find them conduct a search on Google for "Social video sites" or something similar.
Am I Missing Out On Anything
Your website is not going to stop working, your loyal visitors will continue to visit. The bigger picture is more like "what am I missing out on in the future" and the answer is a lot. Although Internet fads come and go this new type of Internet activity seems to be catching on. Many websites display the sharing buttons and websites like Dig continue to grow. Missing out on a chunk of activity this big just doesn't make sense for any business owner.