The last few months the web2.0 idea has become a top subject in conversations between webmasters or marketers or people who deal with the web. A lot of these people who are utilizing the capabilities of the Internet to make money or create successful websites are planning on using the web2.0 phenomenon to build next generation, democratic, collaborative websites based on this popular concept.
In fact, I foresee that this year alone will have the biggest number of web2.0-based websites come online. And I am sure that everyone and his/her brother will claim to have build the next hottest and coolest web2.0 website on the Internet.
But this is not the case dear reader. Not all of these so-called web2.0 websites are actually implementing web2.0 technologies and ideas. It’s alarming how many webmasters and marketers are naming their new websites as “Web2.0 websites” or as “Next Generation Websites” when they just aren’t!
We all use web2.0 websites these days. It seems like those websites are magically embedded in our daily Internet activities. I will just mention a few of those highly successful and popular web2.0 websites:
Youtube.com, Wikipedia, the big article directories like the popular EzineArticles.com article directory, social bookmarking websites like digg.com or furl.com, wiki-based websites like wikihow.com where users can edit the contents of the website and the list of successful web2.0 websites go on and on. But all these remarkably popular web2.0 sites are becoming victims of an act of sabotage.
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