Why Every Organization Needs to Understand Web 2.0

September 24, 2007 at 5:07 pm 2 comments

 Because the term Web 2.0 came out of the technology industry, a large number of organizations, corporations, and small businesses dismiss the relevance in the business world.

While the discussion of “how” has captured the technical world, the discussion of “why” and “what now” is the new topic of interest. The reason every business (any size) needs to understand Web 2.0 is because it provides a better way to engage customers and create communities.  Business has always been about relationships and Web 2.0 is about building stronger relationships.

In today’s new world, businesses must adopt both the technology and mindset to participate in the conversations that are changing the way we all work and live.




Entry filed under: Web 2.0.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. bugtwo8  |  September 24, 2007 at 8:00 pm

    I agree

  • 2. Andrew Kaplan  |  September 25, 2007 at 2:00 am

    Tami has a wealth of knowledge and experience on web 2.0. She has blazed trails and reached out to others for collaboration It has been an extremely productive time learning and sharing our knowledge on web 2.0, blogs, and social networking.

    Using LinkedIn to first help us connect as toastmasters, then later find we both have similar interests, now we have moved into “facebook mode” with the ability to build a deeper professional relationship while having . a new way to have a more informal “conversation”.

    I believe we are 2 to 5 years ahead of most of the business community. Tami is a great resource who will help take you to the next level. what she writes in her blogs is an honest assessment of this new technological wave.

    Andrew Kaplan

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