By Steve Finch
Web 2.0 is one of the most loosely defined terms. Coders will tell you it is tied up with the adoption of XHTML over HTML, developers will tell you it is to do with the decline of the traditional provider/consumer relationship and a more ethical web.
The general consensus though is that WEB 2.0 is the increase in social networking that the web now offers. Sites driven primarily by user content such as Myspace, Youtube etc.
In the end, it all amounts to the same thing. A better way of working on the internet that allows people of all technical abilities to interact and communicate. In turn, these social sites have become a traffic source that dwarfs all others.
It didn’t take long for many to realise that these places represent a massive and new marketing and information exchange possibility. Getting your message across is potentially simpler than ever.
Selling and marketing information requires an audience as large as possible to be a success. WEB 2.0 offers the largest and most consistently available audience the world has ever known.
The issue for many is simply “How?”
What methods are best to make sure that you are targeting your information to just those who would benefit from it? How can you spread your word to as wide an audience as possible without spamming those who have no interest?
Well, it is possible. With a little imagination, a willingness to adapt existing thinking, and maybe learn a few new tricks along the way, it is more than possible to leverage WEB 2.0 into an effective business strategy.
Discussions, comments, forums and blogs represent new ways of being heard. Getting text, photo and video media online has never been easier. Make a plan of action and stick to it. Soon you will be an active user of WEB 2.0. This will benefit you, and those looking for what you have to offer.
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Tags: affiliate marketing, Business, Internet Business, Internet Marketing, internet traffic, SEO, social media, Wearch engine optimization, web 2.0, Web Development, web traffic, website development, Wenerate internet traffic, Wocial sites
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