What is Web 2.0?
Web 2.0 refers to websites which helps ease of use, participatory culture and interoperability for end users.
Difference between Web 1.0 & Web 2.0
Domain name speculation
Search Engine Optimization
Cost Per Click
Content Management Systems
Example of Web 2.0 Application
Advantages of Web 2.0
- Available at any time, any place.
- Variety of media.
- Ease of usage.
- Learners can actively be involved in knowledge building.
- Can create by dynamic learning communities.
- Everybody is the author and the editor, every edit that has been made can be tracked.
- User friendly.
- Updates in the wiki are immediate and it offers more source for researches.
- It provides real-time discussion.
- Very reliable to use.
What are the differences between Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0?
Content – Destination sites and personal portals.
Speedy – more timely information and more efficient tools to find information.
Ubiquitous – available at any time, anywhere and through any channel or device.
Search – critical mass of content derives need for search engines.
Collaborative – action of users a mass and prioritize content.
Efficient – relevant and contextual information find able instantly.
Commerce – goes mainstream; digital good rise.
Trust Worthy – users establish trust networks and home trust radars.
Individualized – filtered and shared by friends or trust networks.