Why “WE” Will Change the Web
The internet has always changed at a rapid pace. Recently (in the past 2 years) there has been a growing movement of real-time user generated interactionsConversations, Interactions and Authenticity in Social Media. Read more … » and content that is creating a completely new “internet” fueled by twitterCool Infographic on the birth of Social Networking. Read more … », facebookCool Infographic on the birth of Social Networking. Read more … » and social mediaIf Social Media were a High School – from Flowtown. Read more … », essentially being fueled by “US”.
Ben Behrouzi, posted an article today that captures the movement of the real-time web and how there is a need for integrating and sharing this new mountain of content that is created daily and how “WE” are creating the new “Web that will take the form of a living breathing database”.
Excerpt from the article: Real-Time Search – 5 Reasons Why “We” Will Change the Web
“What is clear is that our daily use of the Real Time Web’s driving platforms — Twitter, Facebook and the like — is unprecedented. The Internet is no longer simply just a disconnected 3rd party container of tops down aggregation, “We” is now part of its determination. And, searchLeapFish Enables Search 2.0. Read more … » as we know it will soon change to accommodate, thereby delivering a completely different experience of the Web.”
The new web will require new tools to address the bottoms up approach to content and interactions that occur in real-time. Ben Behrouzi does an excellent job of giving us a sneak preview as to why this movement is critically important to the search industry and how “WE” are influencing the internet today.