Web 2.0 is a term that was popularized by Tim O’Reilly in association with his O’Reilly Media Web 2.0 conference in 2004. Originally it was meant as a signifying term that was used to introduce the “next generation” of web development and design based on new technology for communication, information sharing, and collaboration.
Today, the term Web 2.0 is often used to describe web communities and social networking, including video sharing websites like Youtube, social media networks likeFacebook and Twitter, blogs, and other websites that combine user content, comments, collaboration, and the overall sharing of information and ideas on the Internet.
At We Do Web Content, we believe communicating over the Internet is developing everyday. We combine our knowledge of SEO content and social networking to help our clients become part of web communities and interact online. As more and more people begin using the Internet for more than just research, they expect the companies they frequent to be available to them online in a non-static environment. Having a great website that is constantly updated with organic SEO content, internal and external blogs, and profiles on social networking websites is becoming an integral part of being online.
Contact We Do Web Content today to discuss how your website can get involved in more Web 2.0 practices!