12 ways to turn your Web 1.0 site into a Web 2.0 site

by Quinton Figueroa on July 30th, 2007

This isn't the 80's. The Internet is now a part of everyone's life so shouldn't your archaic beast for a site also be? The answer is yes if you enjoy growth. In spirit of how badass Web 2.0 is I have assembled a list of 12 ways to turn your Web 1.0 site into a Web 2.0 site

1. Replace esomething.com with MYsomething.com

Your web site is not web 2.0 if it has some lame "e" in front of it. We all know your web site is electronic! Let's make it personal with a friendly "my" :).

2. Increase 10px font to at least 12-16px font

Nobody likes squinting their eyes, and no it doesn't look good. Get rid of the small text and replace it with some easy reading text for us productive people.

3. Change categories to tags

Why would somebody want to read your site if it's categorized into specific sections? Your content should be dynamically tagged so everyone can keep track of which is more and less important. Get a tag cloud!

4. Change your news section to a blog

People want to know what's going on with your company besides just formal news. Write something thats cool, funny, stupid, whatever! 1/2 the battle is keeping the audience entertained.

5. Change email a friend to RSS subscriptions

When was the last time you emailed a friend? Have you ever used it? Me neither. Get rid of that worthless feature and get people subscribing to your site via RSS or even...

6. Change bookmark this to social network this

With sites like del.icio.us and Digg you should not be having people bookmarking your site only for themselves to see it. Get your site out there in front of everyone with social bookmarking and networking!

7. Change user account to user profile

Nobody wants a boring user page with just their username and email (Yes, I'm talking to you Amazon). They want a full blown personal page that tracks their whole life and tells the world about how great they are. Get your users involved!

8. Change crappy hard-coded HTML to Semantic HTML with CSS

Your design is cool and all but how do you update it? How do you change it? How does it allow for new content to be added (which is the most important part!)? Get rid of your angst ridden layout and get some semantic HTML styled by CSS in there that is super light and better for everyone - please!

9. It's visitors not HITS!

Once again, this is not the 80's and we don't care about your hits! All that matters is the visitors (Yes, short for unique visitors) and the conversions. Get some Google Analytics on there and stop with the hits talk already.

10. Add comments

People want to contribute and share. Let them! It's better for your users and for your search engines.

11. Change esite.com?id=5235&sort=desc&useless=this
&one%20more=still%20useless TO.. mysite.com/meaningful-title

Need I say more?

12. Change custom built site to open source CMS

Come to think about it, just get rid of your whole site and download Drupal or Wordpress and start rocking some free theme. After all, people really don't care what your site looks like that much. They would much rather visit to a terrible looking site with compelling content than a beautiful site with pitiful content. Do it right!

Conclusion

People don't use the web just as a book anymore. They like to get involved and contribute. Allow your visitors (not hits) to be a part of your site!

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About The Author

Quinton Figueroa

Quinton Figueroa

Los Angeles, CA

I am an entrepreneur at heart. Throughout my whole life I have enjoyed building real businesses by solving real problems. Business is life itself. My goal with businesses is to help move the human ...

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88 Comments

: Great Article
Fri, 07/27/2007 - 5:10pm

I dugg it :)

your other drupal articles are great as well, I have recently started working with drupal and have found your information very helpul

thanks!

Trevor Lee (eternitydesigns.net)

Quinton Figueroa: Glad to have helped you out.
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 2:27pm

Glad to have helped you out. Thanks for the comment :).

location de voitures Barcelone: I do not understand until the
Sun, 01/08/2012 - 6:33am

I do not understand until the end of what on earth is written here, because I have no idea English so well. You are able to write it more obviously?

Anonymous: RSS replacing "email to friend"?
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 4:42pm

First of all, the general public wasn't on the web in the 80's so I'm not sure why you keep referring to that. I think you mean the 90's.

As far as email to a friend being replaced by rss goes... WHAT? Maybe you don't use features like "tell a friend" because you are so advanced, but I set up a small (a one time fundraiser) event site recently and had rss, dig/del.ici.ous links and a tell a friend email system on there and out if the 2500 visitors the month prior to the event, 180 people used the tell a friend email feature and only 11 people subscribed to rss. So, It's not dead. Some people still like to communicate with each other personally via email. I don't see how RSS has anything to do with replacing that feature. Both ca exist and serve different purposes for different tastes.

You're young so you probably don't realize many people over 30 are still catching up. They don't know rss from their rear ends so you have to adapt slowly and introduce new things without eliminating the old ways.

Anonymous: siphs is both better than an
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 5:57pm
@Anonymous (view comment)

siphs is both better than an 'email this' link and is also 2.0. pimp that and RSS on your site and everyone's happy.

phir mohabbat: All the contents you
Sat, 08/13/2011 - 7:18pm
@Anonymous (view comment)

All the contents you mentioned in post is too good and can be very useful. I will keep it in mind, thanks for sharing the information. Keep updating, looking forward for more posts. Thanks.

Jason Barnes: Cheeky, but pretty true...
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 4:50pm

I like the tone of the article, kinda in-your-face and telling it how it is, but a couple comments. Might be nice for those that don't know to mention mod rewrite in #11 (check wikipedia). Design and content are probably equally important, and you can't ignore navigation.

My adds: Get rid of those damn Flash-based menus! So stupid to click twice on a menu, because you have to activate it. And try and throw in a little bit of Ajax. It has to be done right, but reloading pages is pretty 1.0.

Good article though... :)

Jason
JayAndSilentRob.com

Eric Atkins: 13: Install Drupal
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 5:05pm

13: Install Drupal

Quinton Figueroa: That's the best advice I've
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 3:44am
@Eric Atkins (view comment)

That's the best advice I've heard all day.

Fable: Great article
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 5:30pm

Great article! Very amusing, too.

Anonymous: What a bunch of crap.
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 5:33pm

What a bunch of crap.

Ryan: Domain
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 5:45pm

I'm not sure if the whole edomain.com vs mydomain.com thing is true, but http://www.bustaname.com is a good way to find a better domain if you are looking for an upgrade.

vesivahinko : Ive been meaning to read this
Mon, 01/16/2012 - 12:21am
@Ryan (view comment)

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stevejabs: Ummmm
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 5:50pm

"3. Change categories to tags"

you realize you have a categories list on the right of your own site don't you?

Michael Ott: You left out the most
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 6:05pm

You left out the most obvious: drop a vowel so you can have a poxy name like Flickr or Scibd :-)

Mr. Anonymous: My Comment (Alpha)
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 6:41pm

13. Write yet another how-to-web-2 list and post it on digg.

Anonymous: There was no web in the 80s.
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 6:47pm

There was no web in the 80s. It was invented in 1989, but the first client and server weren't written until 1990.

http://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee/

People didn't start doing web design of any type until Mosaic came out in 1993. It picked up with the release of Netscape Navigator in 1994. E-commerce picked up from there.

So, really, you're complaining about late 90s design.

You weren't even alive in the 80s, were you?

Quinton Figueroa: LOL! Yes, I know the web
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 2:35am
@Anonymous (view comment)

LOL! Yes, I know the web wasn't around in the 80's. I said it to get my point across.

Anonymous: We've already abandoned some of these
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 7:22pm

My Anything sounds like kindergarten -- my cubby.

Infantilization went out by 1990 -- or weren't you online then?

Drupal doesn't work in a production situation.

Wordpress is a blog, not a CMS.

Most people want to comment from their bad selves. Like this.

What else can you show me?

twe4ked: stfu fag, go get a lyfe
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 1:23am
@Anonymous (view comment)

"Wordpress is a blog, not a CMS."

Wordpress has been used as a cms for AGES. Define CMS dumb shit _content manegment system_ im pretty sure wordpress falls into that tag (category) so ggf'ed.

Greg: Web 2.0
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 7:26pm

You forgot the most important thing

AJAX!

-Greg
http://www.fivezerofive.com

Cadu de Castro Alves: He didn't talk about
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 9:21pm
@Greg (view comment)

He didn't talk about technologies, but about concepts. Very good!

Vince: You for something.
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 8:07pm

You forgot that it has to have Google Adsense in at least three of four places. I've got them on my blog too, but does anyone actually click them anymore?

http://knobee.com

Duncan: over thirty
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 8:09pm

some of us are over 30 and think this is great advice.
don't listen to the whingers still lamenting the plight of the font tag
dugg.

Alan: Graphics & Logo
Mon, 07/30/2007 - 8:34pm

How about using the web 2.0 logo generator? How about removing the stock photos you've been using?

Very helpful in changing the look and feel of a web 1.0 site into a web 2.0 site.

http://www.grandstart.com

dan: great
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 12:03am

i digg.

Irvan: i aggree with you. it is a
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 1:23am

i aggree with you. it is a visitor, not hits. hihihi
thanks.

-IT-

RobotsThink: compliment ?
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 1:45am

not of much value, though a good view for beginners ;)

Anonymous: meh
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 2:19am

This is pretty out there, IMO.
I feel like breaking down each of your points and why they aren't that great:

1. A name change doesn't qualify something as web 2.0. Either way, Myspace and eBay are the only 2 major sites that use e or my in the front of their titles...as far as I know of.

2. A font size doesn't qualify something as web 2.0, either.

3,4,5. I'll give you these, especially the email one.

6. yes it's web 2.0 but let me tell you, sites with 15 "Add to furl, add to del.icio.us, digg this, etc" buttons really start to get annoying. Most social bookmarking systems have their own ways of letting people bookmark stuff (like bookmarklets or buttons) on their own.

7. It's web 2.0, but it's stupid and you don't NEED to do this to become web 2.0.

8. Yeah...well, this kinda has to do with how you want to keep up your site, not if it's web 2.0 or not.

9. I rarely see sites with a hit OR visitor counter nowadays...

10. I agree

11. Typically, normal websites do it the first way and blogs do it the 2nd way.

12. that's just fucking stupid.

Leo: 12. Change custom built site to open source CMS
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 2:56am

I disagree with this, if you have built a custom CMS and it works, leave it. It may have fewer features than Wordpress or Drupal but if it has the features you need and is lightweight it will be better for you. Many of the big Web 2.0 names certainly aren't using open source CMS softwares.

Otherwise I think you raise some good points.

Quinton Figueroa: That's a good point. As you
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 3:19am

That's a good point. As you are probably aware, this list (as with anything in life) is never a 100% correct answer. These are simply some points that may be considered.

Anonymous: Thanks
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 3:10am

I thought your article was very interesting, from someone who is only just learning stuff about the web (I'm 34 and we rarely used the net while at uni) so thankyou.

ps whats a siph?

Anonymous: dumbest post I ever read!
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 4:37am

dumbest post I ever read!

airiox: dumbest comment i've ever read!
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 12:07pm
@Anonymous (view comment)

It's surprising me how stupid some people are in this world... and how the majority of them gravitate toward digg...

Ian: Beta comment
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 4:49am

Good, interesting article. But reading this suggests, as I've suspected, that there's little difference in content between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0, it's just a matter of design or semantics :p

Also you forgot the obligatory "Beta" that should be added to any Web 2.0 logo. This is probably the equivalent of the Web 1.0 Under Construction. "Beta" gives the web site designer:

(a) an excuse if something doesn't work on the site.
(b) the ability to put up a one trick pony site hoping visitors will give them ideas on how to expand.
(c) the added excuse that if it fails they were just trying it out.

Jon: So true
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 7:34am

Yeah, the beta comment is so true.

Actually, this article seems pretty lighthearted to me. If I wanted my website to be more "Web 2.0" I might try a couple of these points but for the most part this is just fun to read.

Free business cards: Bad article
Fri, 07/31/2009 - 7:36am

Font size? c',mon! Doesn't define crap to make it web 2.0
Number 12, people don't look at design? Are you kidding me?

Chris: Thanks!
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 7:06am

As a designer, thanks for your article. You've got a lot of good, simple points, that will hopefully get other developers thinking. Maybe, they'll move beyond programming simple sites to designing great ones.

Anonymous: Sure...
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 7:39am

And I recommend using a framework like symfony, not some stupid non-customized system like Drupal or WordPress.

And 12 is just stupid.

Anonymous: Rename this article to
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 10:35am

12 points to prove the author is a blogger and not a real person.

Anonymous: Are you for real!
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 11:12am

This is the worst thing I have ever read! What in the world makes you think there is a Web 2.0? It's not like a new build of the internet has been released! "Web 2.0" is nothing but a buzz word that self importent "bloggers" use to impress people.

bob: >_>
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 11:29am

horray we finally got to 1999.

i can never get the time i spent reading this and the comments back, can i? oh dr. who please come rescue me.

Anonymous: 6. Change bookmark this to
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 11:38am

6. Change bookmark this to social network this
At the bottom of this very article it says "bookmark/search this article." I thought we weren't bookmarking things anymore? Oh wait... this article sucks. Thats why it's filled with flaws.

Quinton Figueroa: By bookmark I am talking
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 11:46am
@Anonymous (view comment)

By bookmark I am talking about the conventional ctrl+d type. The browser based. You will find the bookmark links at the bottom of this all social bookmarking sites. I apologize for the confusion.

Gil Megidish: Very Useful!
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 1:04pm

Dugg! Great post; it's a great, do-this-do-that-and-you're-done kind of post. Added all of them to my to-do list :)

Anonymous: Drupal, blogs, CMS are for
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 2:51pm

Drupal, blogs, CMS are for people who don't know a thing about building a website but want to call themselves webdesigners. Font sizes around 16px - the fact is it's better to read but it's just a fashion at the moment and probably will change. Do something different, be original - this will never go out of fashion, no matter if it's web2.0 or web12.4.

eric johnson: nice work
Tue, 07/31/2007 - 9:04pm

dugg for sad truth

Sjors: You wrote a good blogpost
Wed, 08/01/2007 - 2:17am

I was a little hold back because of your 12 ways title, but you managed to turn me into a positive fan of your post :)

2 more things are perhaps, make widgets from your site, and split your site in to atoms others can use, and let the users with an account import their data from other websites (as threadless.com wonderfully does)

Anonymous: Horrible article. Font size?
Wed, 08/01/2007 - 1:50pm

Horrible article.
Font size? c',mon! Doesn't define crap to make it web 2.0
Number 12, people don't look at design? Are you kidding me?

Joe Somebody: What the?
Thu, 08/02/2007 - 12:54am

Hmmm. Some good points. Some really retarded points. Bad blogger bad. Obviously doesn't do web design for a living.

Respiro Media: More then 12 rules...
Fri, 08/03/2007 - 12:28am

As web designer I never used such severe arguments [and guidelines] at the start of a web 2.0 design work. In my opinion, web 2.0 is much more than 12 rules, it's about the renewed user experience which has to be captivating.

Zolatn Sebestyen
RespiroMedia.com

Rodney H.: IMO "Web 2.0" is now
Fri, 08/03/2007 - 8:39am

IMO "Web 2.0" is now yesterday's news. These points that are made here are very superficial ways to bring your very old website to LOOK like a site that has been built over the last few months, but good gosh... there is more to building an online success than these suggestions.

People on the cutting edge have already been talking about Web 3.0 for some time now, and if you think about it, in a few months, maybe a year, this will all seem like a trend or the "web fashion" for the times. This crap will pass.

Instead, think of what value can you provide for your site's visitors that your competition cannot. How is what you do (service or product) better, and how do you want to position/relate that message to your visitors?

In the beginning of the web, people (designers/developers/marketers) wanted to get rich quick by putting up a site, do what the big boys were doing, and sit back and let the cash roll in.

There was the great "DOT.Com Crash" in the nineties. Remember?

Things come and go. Web 2.0 will soon be old hat.

Instead, think of long-term "strategeries" for success... LOL, and you will do yourself and your visitors a favor.

PEACE,

Web: Awful.
Fri, 08/03/2007 - 10:22am

This is awful advice. This is not web 2.0 at all.

Web 2.0 is not about using big fonts and tags. Its a fundamental shift in architecting web-applications.

Its about thinking about accessibility and cross browser compatibility. Its about using technology to enriching the lives of your users.

It's allowing customers to give you feed back and then you listening.

Web 2.0 is adding a "contact me when someone adds a comment" so I can come back and read what other ridiculous advice you gave someone.

Anonymous: oh my god some people are
Fri, 08/03/2007 - 10:57am

oh my god some people are just too stupid to smell irony even if it's shoved up their butts...

Alan: this site seems to apply all
Fri, 08/03/2007 - 11:33am

this site seems to apply all the points

Mark: way cool
Sun, 08/05/2007 - 10:21pm

very funny, got a laugh out of it the whole way.

Marah Marie: A few points...
Mon, 08/13/2007 - 8:02pm

Well you got raked over hot coals with this post, didn't you? Welcome to the Digg crowd: rude, anonymous, and know-it-all, yet most of them are just 17. Think what obnoxious boars they'll be in their 20's (*shiver*). I think most of them have rabies.

That said, I do have a wee critique or two, but all well-intended...first of all, nobody gives a damn about web 2.0. It's the name of a technological revolution on the Web that allows the use of Flash, Ajax, and other apps that speed up and perhaps enrich content. Changing the way your website or blog looks without employing at least one of those technologies will not make it more Web 2.0.

Second of all, black websites are old. There is only one site where I can take light text on a black background, and that's maddox.xmission.com, and that's only because I laugh so hard I'm usually in tears by the time I'm done with his posts. Content rules, but if you're not Maddox, you should get rid of the black background, which is dated and makes legibility an issue.

Tags/clouds/categories, again, who cares? Why wouldn't I want to browse the categories on someone else's website? I've been using a tags cloud myself for the last few months, but I know people have a tendency to skim over them, because they're overdone and most people don't read more than 2-3 pages into your site anyway, so I put up alternate links to the Tags page all over the place just to increase usage of them. The only good thing about tags is specificity, but specificity is often overwhelming, so I don't think categories are such a bad choice, either.

One thing I'm with you on is text size. I like text big and clear. I'm using 11 point myself and if it were not for how badly it would screw my design up, I'd increase it.

Anonymous: >get rid of the black
Thu, 07/23/2009 - 9:11pm
@Marah Marie (view comment)

>get rid of the black background, which is dated and makes legibility an issue.

What.

Seriously, what. What kind of eyes do you have? This should be the default display in all browse

Smithy: This site & content featured...
Tue, 08/14/2007 - 8:30am

What a load of crap

Casey: Crap crap crap
Tue, 08/14/2007 - 8:33am

all this stuff is rubbish!

Anonymous: Wow.. It was a joke people.
Sun, 09/23/2007 - 6:35pm

Wow.. It was a joke people.

Stop being as stupid as you claim this article to be.

Tharshan: nice post..
Thu, 09/27/2007 - 1:50pm

nice post..

thanks !

Pbice: I like the last one... ^
Thu, 02/21/2008 - 11:34pm

I like the last one... ^

Office Rat :): I am tired of all this web 2.0
Wed, 06/04/2008 - 2:11am

Yes, big fonts are good, clear design is good but that’s all. Web 2.0 makes people sit at computers and communicate, communicate, communicate besides of work, rest, leave! Enough web2.0!

Date: Hope 2.0 will be dead soone
Wed, 06/18/2008 - 2:03am

I hope people will play enough with this 2.0 and this trend will dead rapidly. Only professional communities will alive

çin fuarları: And I recommend using a
Thu, 07/31/2008 - 11:11am

And I recommend using a framework like symfony, not a non-customized system like Drupal or WordPress.

marisglobal: How about using the web 2.0
Thu, 07/31/2008 - 1:16pm

How about using the web 2.0 logo generator?

chaitralee: hi,Using logo generator is
Tue, 12/09/2008 - 5:40am
@marisglobal (view comment)

hi,Using logo generator is not a good idea..becuase it does not give you freedom to add diffrent fonts,shapes and additional graphics which will enhance your logo/brand.

pangpui: Wordpress is a Content
Sat, 08/16/2008 - 3:33am

Wordpress is a Content management system because it holds contents, unless your blog doesn't have any content except shit.....

Game Dog: İt's great! I try to web
Wed, 01/21/2009 - 1:15am

İt's great! I try to web 2.0.

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Tue, 01/27/2009 - 1:12am

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I hope that we will see more from you.

Cheers,
Angelo Gotin

Lawyer Web Design: Excellent information.
Thu, 12/30/2010 - 6:34am
@vigrx review (view comment)

The information posted here is really excellent and useful. It will serve the best services to the users. These 12 ways are very helpful in converting web 1.0 into web 2.0
Thanks a lot for this wonderful post.

Computers: I’m intrigued too! Thank
Sat, 07/11/2009 - 12:39am

I’m intrigued too! Thank you for starting the posts. I have not seen a conflict, maybe because I am learning about web 2.0 tools. To my mind, web 2.0 might highlight where there are pratcical gaps in EBM. Even better it might facilitate ways that we can organise research better to help solve these problems.

Lynda: Eagles bingo hall
Sat, 08/01/2009 - 11:25am

Good morning. All things are difficult before they are easy.
I am from Malaysia and know bad English, please tell me right I wrote the following sentence: "Occupy cambridge wants to highlight the capitalist leanings of authorities which are forcing people out of their comfortable community spaces through this move.Two arrested on attempted murder charges in tuscal."

Waiting for a reply :-(, Imperia.

Electric scooter: Electric scooter
Thu, 11/11/2010 - 4:50am

I thought your article was very interesting, from someone who is only just learning stuff about the web (I'm 34 and we rarely used the net while at uni) so thankyou.

Currency trading: not of much value, though a
Sat, 11/13/2010 - 4:35am

not of much value, though a good view for beginners ;)

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Fri, 11/19/2010 - 4:54am

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real soft: Good, interesting article.
Mon, 12/20/2010 - 9:37pm

Good, interesting article. But reading this suggests, as I've suspected, that there's little difference in content between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0, it's just a matter of design or semantics

Plumber Milton Keynes: Excellent information.
Mon, 12/20/2010 - 11:42pm

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real soft: It may have fewer features
Tue, 12/21/2010 - 10:17pm

It may have fewer features than Wordpress or Drupal but if it has the features you need and is lightweight it will be better for you. Many of the big Web 2.0 names certainly aren't using open source CMS softwares.

charles schwab credit card: Nice sharing
Tue, 01/04/2011 - 10:34pm

You've got a lot of good, simple points, that will hopefully get other developers thinking.I always recommend using a framework CMS like wordpress and drupal.Things are little simple with these systems.

Thanks.

Logo design: Logo design
Mon, 01/10/2011 - 11:46pm

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Kaden Hamilton: Great article! Very
Tue, 02/08/2011 - 2:21pm

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-Kaden

Web design baltimore: Good post. I’m been
Thu, 02/17/2011 - 10:35pm
@Kaden Hamilton (view comment)

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Very informative and information presented very well,
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SEO baltimore: very good rules are share.
Mon, 04/04/2011 - 11:44pm

web 1.0 is an older version so it will not support to the new advanced sites.it will not give the all the features of the new sites. so it is compulsory to convert the web 1.0 to web 2.0.the web 2.0 is have the advanced features are added in it.so without removing web 1.0 we can convert that in to web 2.0. it just upgrade the web 1.0 into web 2.0 no no need to change more settings in the system.this all rules are very good that are successfully convert the web version very good site.

Sandalye: First of all, the general
Fri, 04/22/2011 - 2:19pm

First of all, the general public wasn't on the web in the 80's so I'm not sure why you keep referring to that. I think you mean the 90's.

As far as email to a friend being replaced by rss goes... WHAT? Maybe you don't use features like "tell a friend" because you are so advanced, but I set up a small (a one time fundraiser) event site recently and had rss, dig/del.ici.ous links and a tell a friend email system on there and out if the 2500 visitors the month prior to the event, 180 people used the tell a friend email feature and only 11 people subscribed to rss. So, It's not dead. Some people still like to communicate with each other personally via email. I don't see how RSS has anything to do with replacing that feature. Both ca exist and serve different purposes for different tastes.

You're young so you probably don't realize many people over 30 are still catching up. They don't know rss from their rear ends so you have to adapt slowly and introduce new things without eliminating the old ways.

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