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What Is Web 2.0?
Web 2.0 is a description of a range of web services that collectively represents the ‘second version’ of the worldwide web. There is no definitive list of such services (not even a definitive list of the types of service that make up Web 2.0), but they all have certain characteristics in common:
- Web based (rather than PC)
- User control of data (rather than the data being owned by the hosting service)
- User-friendly and interactive environment
- Collaborative/participatory facilities
Benefits of Web 2.0
Dynamic - The designs and contents of your website will become dynamic with Web 2.0.
This enhances visual beauty of your website.
Interactivity - Web 2.0 designs add interactivity to your website. This ensures customer involvement and therefore better product positioning in the customer’s mind.
Storage Facilities via Browser - You will get additional storage facilities via browser if you use Web 2.0 technologies to develop your website
Control - You can exercise comprehensive data control via Web 2.0.
You can control and monitor your website data easily by developing your website with Web 2.0.
Search Engine Optimisation - The web pages are table less. Thus, the page weight is reduced. Reduced page weight means less coding structure.
This makes simplifies indexing by search engine crawlers.
Digital Democracy - Web 2.0 encourages free flow of information.
This ensures honest feedback from users.
Peripheral Support - Web 2.0 designs are supported in high tech mobile phones.
Thus, the animations and designs of your website will be viewable in iPhones, Androids, etc.
Web 2.0 is better described by example than definition.
Services such as Gmail, Wikipedia and Flickr exhibit clear Web 2.0 characteristics.