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What is Web 3.0 Submission and 2.0 Submission in SEO?

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    The term used to describe the evolution of the Web as an extension of Web 2.0. This definition of Web 3.0 is the popular view held by Tim O'Reilly. In contrast, Nova Spivack defines Web 3.0 as connective intelligence; connecting data, concepts, applications and ultimately people.

    Web 2.0: The lack of active interaction of common user with the web lead to the birth of Web 2.0. The year 1999 marked the beginning of a Read-Write-Publish era with notable contributions from LiveJournal (Launched in April, 1999) and Blogger (Launched in August, 1999).

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    You migh heard about web 2.0. and now web 3.0
    It is the next fundamental change both in how websites are created and, more importantly, how people interact with them.

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    Web 3.0, a phrase coined by John Markoff of the New York Times in 2006, refers to a supposed third generation of Internet-based services that collectively comprise what might be called 'the intelligent Web. It is used to submit high quality articles to generate traffic and build do follow backlinks for your website.

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    Web 2.0: Even though the term may suggest that it is a newer version of the web, there is no actual update or new technical modification. Web 2.0 sites allow for user interaction and participation by having a user-friendly interface where one can edit and publish the existing information. The term “architecture of participation” or “Web-oriented architecture” is often used because the viewer has some power and control over the data. Web 2.0 also utilizes social networking tools to further increase the level of viewer participation. Examples include podcasting, blogging, tagging, social bookmarking and web content voting.

    Web 3.0: According to Conrad Wolfram, computer scientist and brother of Stephen (creator of the WolframAlpha search engine) the term Web 3.0 (the “semantic Web”) describes sites where computers will be generating raw data on their own. Web 3.0 will be the next logical step in the evolution of the Internet. For Web 1.0 and 2.0, the Internet is trapped within the physical walls of the computer, but as more devices become connected to the Web, such as smartphones, cars, and other household appliances, the Internet will be set free and become omnipresent. Devices will be able to exchange data between each other and even generate new information (e.g. how Last.fm anticipates what music the user may enjoy based on their previous song selections). The Internet will be able to perform tasks faster and more efficiently, such as search engines being able to search for the actual individual users interests, and not just for the keyword typed into search engines. We are not there yet, but we will someday soon, and educators must be prepared because Web 3.0 technology will truly move the classroom beyond the basic lecture and take it to new exciting territories!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orbit informatics View Post
    The term used to describe the evolution of the Web as an extension of Web 2.0. This definition of Web 3.0 is the popular view held by Tim O'Reilly. In contrast, Nova Spivack defines Web 3.0 as connective intelligence; connecting data, concepts, applications and ultimately people.

    Web 2.0: The lack of active interaction of common user with the web lead to the birth of Web 2.0. The year 1999 marked the beginning of a Read-Write-Publish era with notable contributions from LiveJournal (Launched in April, 1999) and Blogger (Launched in August, 1999).
    I thinks so You are Absolutely right.

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    The term used to describe the evolution of the Web as an extension of Web 2.0. This definition of Web 3.0 is the popular view held by Tim O'Reilly. In contrast, Nova Spivack defines Web 3.0 as connective intelligence; connecting data, concepts, applications and ultimately people.

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