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Ebook 1 is Web 2.0 Domination:
For many people the term Web 2.0 is complicated. They fail truly to understand what this is and how it works. Many so-called experts have tried to give their long drawn out technical explanation of this type of web site. The problem is though is that use so much jargon and hard to understand technical mumbo jumbo that an average person will need a Rosetta stone to decipher what these experts are saying.
One of the definitions that I came across when I first started looking into Web 2.0 was that is was a term to characterize design patterns in what they called a constellation of a new generation of web applications.
I am getting ready to explain this concept to you in easy to understand plain English. Web 2.0 websites are user generated content sites. Now you can see in plain English a simpler explanation of what a Web 2.0 site is.
Once you take all the technical talk and industry jargon out of the equation, it starts really to make sense. User generated content sites means marketing potential for you. One of the rewards of Web 2.0 marketing is that it is virtually free to use. You just how to know how to successfully utilize these sites and that is what you will learn how to do in this eBook.
I have already been down that road and went through my trial and errors on what marketing with Web 2.0 sites can and cannot do for you and your business. So read on and let me take some of the guesswork out of this for you.
From social bookmarking, blogging, video production, to podcasting, this Ebook will break it all down for you to understand exactly what Web 2.0 is and how to best utilize the benefits to market your business successfully.
Ebook 2 Web 2.0 Sites Exposed:
You witnessed, were a victim of or have at least heard about the bursting of the dot com bubble in the fall of 2001. Fortunes that had been made overnight were
lost overnight. The sky was falling. It was a very scary time for a lot of people. Some said that the World Wide Web was just a flash-in-the-pan idea that had been over-hyped and that the crash was irrefutable proof of that fact.
One of those who saw the results of the 2001 dot com bust as a „glass half full‟ rather than a „glass half empty‟ was a man by the name of Tim O‟Reilly. O‟Reilly (of O‟Reilly Media) met with Dale Dougherty of Media Live International in 2004. Out of that meeting the term „Web 2.0‟ was born. The definition that Tim O‟Reilly gives for Web 2.0 is: “Web 2.0 is the business revolution in the computer industry caused by the move to the internet as platform, and an attempt to understand the rules for success on that new platform.
Web 2.0 can be viewed as an upgrade to the World Wide Web. It is still the web but it is a new and improved version of the web. New technologies such as blogs, social bookmarking, wikis, podcasts and RSS feeds are just a few of the technologies that are helping to shape and direct Web 2.0.
The Web before the dot com crash is often referred to as Web 1.0 now but only since the coining of the term Web 2.0. Some of the more obvious difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 are: DoubleClick replaced by Google AdSense, Britannica Online replaced by Wikipedia, Personal Web Pages replaced by Blogs, Content Management Systems replaced by Wikis and Directories replaced by Tagging. These are only a very few of the differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 but they are major ones.
Once the websites that could be accessed on the Internet were built and controlled by only a few and were certainly not „interactive‟ but today anybody with an idea, a few dollars and just a little know-how can build a Web 2.0 website that is completely interactive and turn it into a money-making enterprise if they choose to.
Discover all the secrets to Web 2.0 in these 2 Ebooks that cover just how to best utilize all the benefits of Web 2.0 to successfully market your business and get the most from the all-so-powerful World Wide Web.