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The New Internet Times

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Mesut Darandeli
Back when the Internet bubble was deflating disastrously, no one has ever thought that the interaction between geniuses and dummies has created any important conflict. The way we see the internet’s luminous view was that, it would never be its like again.

The whole internet-land has gone into meltdown and thank goodness we tried every possible money making way on it. It’s been a decade now it is gone and left a sour taste. Angel investors who slapped a dot-com name in the fashionable internet times are stone-broke nowadays to feed geeks’ lovely web applications. Hell, How are we gonna make money on the internet?

I think it is the time to re-think about it. Exuberance has definitely returned, but with a bit of disparity. There’s been a growing trend of high-profile Internet and technology investors shifting focus to green tech. That was one of the major reasons why internet has got lonely for years. The opportunities for investing in green technology innovations are massive and only just being seriously looked at. So that’s why most of the Internet entrepreneurs are staying away from www life and focusing on growing innovations to fight climate changes. Being a philanthropist and making good money beside is good.

When we look at the completeness of the solutions to re-discover the internet, I’m sure we will be able to see that there are still many areas and ideas to put into a form and to shape them useful for human life in terms of making the communication easier and richer to control in a mobile environment for instance, developing creativity, increasing the social competences of a personality, promoting communication bonds and social cohesion. Internet plays a decisive contribution role in the formation of socio - cultural potential between places and people. If there are people out there who think that internet has come to an end then I would say it still is a tremendous source of economical profit. Here is the tricky question,

Your new website has to be about something. It could be anything. What’s most important is that, the idea you come up with should be unique. Practically any subject you can think of has millions of potential 'visitors' that would be interested in visiting your website.  Some of the most simple ideas have turned into very successful websites - for example: a specific tropical fish, antique cars, exotic flowers or even pet grooming.  If your idea is unique, for example if you are an expert on raising exotic orchids and you want to make a website about how to raise or take care of them, you have a unique 'niche' which although there may be less potential visitors, you will probably get a larger percentage of those visitors because there will be fewer websites about exotic orchids raise to compete with.

Once you started to get visitors to your website you can sell your website spaces to people or to companies who want to advertise their products/services etc. to your very targeted visitors. This is how not to make money on the internet.

Brace yourself because it's the time to say “hi” to the new digital era. The Internet, as you well know, did not perish along with those which were very famous dot-com once upon a time. While investors are getting awarded for investing in green-tech and are coming back with their very- philanthropic badge, folks are still day-dreaming new ways to use the goluptious technology that made a big fuss in the first place.

I don’t need to tell you that nowadays the internet is fulfilling many of the visions and magnitudes. All these crazy applications that seemed beyond the grasp of understanding just a few years ago; online invoicing tools, event calendars, stock management applications - are “a taken for granted feature” of daily life.

This extraordinary data circulation supercharges itself with high speed internet and finally this will be called web 3.0. Since we have long way to go for Web 3.0 which Eric Schmidt hypothetically explains that it will be "applications that are pieced together" - with the characteristics that the apps are relatively small, the data is in the cloud, the apps can run on any device (PC or mobile), the apps are very fast and very customizable, and are distributed virally.” we can start to find a way around solutions that will enable us to discover this abortive land. On the other hand the term "Web 2.0" describes the changing trends in the use of World Wide Web technology and web design that aim to enhance creativity, communications, secure information sharing, collaboration and functionality of the web. Web 2.0 concepts have led to the development and evolution of web culture communities and hosted services, such as social-networking sites, video sharing sites, wikis, blogs, and folksonomies.

The term became notable after the first O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 conference in 2004. Although the term suggests a new version of the World Wide Web, it does not refer to an update to any technical specifications, but rather to changes in the ways software developers and end-users utilize the web according to Tim O'Reilly. It seems that mobile technologies will lead the digital life of the near-future.

The-not-so-staggering result is that the Internet is not just back. It is much better and more flexible than it was before. Early stage investors (called “angels”) and venture capitalists are looking for new hits to get the lion's share. The new run, however, will definitely be different. If you are the one of those guys who just doesn’t want to invest in something touchable, try doing business online.
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