Web 2.0 Websites List | Web 2.0 Submission Sites
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What is a web 1.0 (with examples)
The is a base of websites when the Internet was evolving, these were the main sites where only an owner of a site can upload content, there was no option to upload content from the user side like no comments, no article posting, etc.
Here, I found really cool web 1.0 website, you will definitely love 2nd and 3rd one, just try them once.
1. Thisissand.com : Cool designs but I don't know how to take benefit from it
2. Staggeringbeauty.com : Just Shake it as hard you can
3. Pointerpointer.com : Click and get pictures of people doing weird things.
What is a web 2.0 website (with examples)
The website where users can create as well consume content is known as a web 2.0 website and good examples of it are:
1. Youtube.com DA: 100
2. FaceBook.com DA: 96
3. Blogger.com DA: 84
4. Instructables.com DA 90
5. Medium.com DA: 94
On the all above sites, you can create your own content (upload video on Youtube.com, post article on Medium.com, upload story on Facebook.com) and consume other's content
What is a web 3.0 website (with examples)
This it the third generation of the Internet and it the future of the Internet too where websites and multifarious applications will be using Machine Learning to provide more accurate data according to the user.
1. Siri by Apple: is also an example of this
These all sites use machine learning to recommend the users best matched content, so they fall in web 3.0 sites
What is the difference in these different web versions?
What is the differences between web 1.0 and web 2.0 website
The main difference between the web version 1.0 and 2.0 is that web 1.0 websites are static and do not allow user interaction like comments, likes, uploading options, etc, while web 2.0 websites have these above options.
Difference between web 2.0 and web 3.0
There is very less difference in actual, they both have user interaction functions but the difference lies the machine learning algorithms that web 3.0 use to give the data to users in the recommendation form, like on youtube.com and Google's discover can also be considered as web 3.0 application.