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January 23rd, 2007, 11:57 PM #1Affiliate Marketing Gets Its Own Web 2.0LAS VEGAS -- It seems like everyone is buzzing about "Web 2.0." This catch-all phrase is usually used to explain fast-growing portals, such as MySpace and YouTube, that rely on visitors to create most or all site content.
E-commerce seems to be experiencing its own "version 2.0," judging from comments by participants in the Affiliate Summit, a Web-marketing conference held here in America's gambling capital Jan. 21-23.
Affiliate Marketing 2.0, however, has nothing to do with a Web site allowing its visitors to create its content. Instead, it has everything to do with Internet businesses inducing thousands of unrelated Webmasters to send potential customers to Site A rather than Site B.
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January 24th, 2007, 12:35 AM #2
January 24th, 2007, 09:31 PM #3
Ooooh more web 2.0 ..... where do I sign up... do I need new cables....?
How will Web 2.0 differ from Web 1.5.... or did we skip 1.5?
It's all just so horribly confusing... looks like the old web site is dead... long live the Web2Site
January 25th, 2007, 01:28 AM #4
One thing that caught my attention during the keynote was a remark about privacy. Michael Sanchez mentioned that social networks need to come together to standardize information collected during member registration. His goal is to create a standard format for selling personal information to outside firms. Wow. Let me just say that my members' personal information is not for sale.
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