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Web 2.0 sites have caught on because they offer slick user interfaces, with cool AJAX effects and lots of user-friendly controls and really useful mashups of content. But many Web 2.0 developers are apparently clueless when it comes to search engine optimization—often to the point where they’re actively harming their presence in search engines. For example: I really love Schmap—a little company that makes robust local guides, mashing up interactive maps with articles, events, pictures and local listings for restaurants, hotels, museums, clubs, etc., and enabling some sharing utilities though their Schmapplets. They’re cool not least because of their strong integration with Flickr. But, the disappointing thing for me is that they have not built themselves to be optimized for search. For a small, up-and-coming local guide site that’s courting as much coolness as they can, this is a serious oversight. Schmap appears to have tried to form their hyperlinks in … [Read more...] about Why Many Web 2.0 Developers Are Search Morons
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be speaking today at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. I’m here and will be live blogging his remarks, when the session begins. Zuckerberg was set to speak at 4:50 Pacific Time, but it’s looking more likely he’ll be on around 5:10. He’ll be interviewed on stage by John Battelle and Tim O’Reilly. Live blogging to start shortly. There’s also a live stream here. John: You had a big announcement yesterday, or yet another big announcement. Many folks have said this is a Gmail killer. Bartz said one word about you in response to your name, competitor. What’s Facebook Messages about? Mark: We went into this not to build an email product but thinking about what would be a modern messaging system if we built from scratch. Started off yesterday’s press conference talking to his girlfriend’s sister, who is in high school, a story about that. Asked what does she use. When got to email, they were like some … [Read more...] about Live Blogging Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg At Web 2.0 Summit
The Quixotic quest for iconic internet ads is a perennial call-to-arms for advertisers, agencies and entrepreneurs. Surely there must be a way to make online advertising—specifically display advertising—truly impactful. Yet this somewhat misguided mission overlooks the possibilities of entirely new modes of marketing. A $50 Billion Missed Opportunity Last Year? At Web 2.0 Summit last month, Mary Meeker of Morgan Stanley (soon to be with Kleiner Perkins) presented her latest analysis on internet trends. High on her list was the potential, if not the promise, of an online advertising boom. To support that proposition, she presented data (originally provided by Yahoo! for the May 2010 Investor Day) showing the percentage of time people spend in different media—print, radio, TV and the internet—relative to the percentage of advertising dollars that are spent in those media: The oversimplified conclusion is that because people spend 28% of their media time on the … [Read more...] about The Creative Revolution 2.0