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Website Design In 3 Dimensions, Why Google's Float Is A Blueprint For Web 3.0

Website Design In 3 Dimensions, Why Google's Float Is A Blueprint For Web 3.0 | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

A friend who is uber-smart and talented got me thinking about How Entropy Is Creating Web 3.0 Right Under Our Noses today. This piece is Entropy Redux or what happens after the more to greater randomness takes hold of us by the scruff of the next :). 

 

It is about the coming apocalypse in website design. Every UX rectangle we draw today is sure to be replaced by conditional logic soon. Why? It’s all Google's Fault. 

 

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3 Dimensions of Web 3.0
The three dimensions of Web 3.0 might not be what you think, they are:

* Space.

* Time.

* Behavior.

 

Behavior may seem a strange "dimension" but it is the defining dimension of Web 3.0's predictive analytics future. Behavior, what a visitor does or is doing on your website will lock a persona.

Once a persona is identified, and it shouldn't take more than three "touches", a path forms. When a visitor arrives at your web 3.0 site you already know a lot. You know where they came from, if they are new or returning and what keyword or partner brought them to your website.

Let's say you already have 2 of the 3 touches needed for persona definition. Those first touches have formed a page created with a single goal - finding the 3rd touch point. The 3rd touch point completes the persona definition and forms the path.

As behavior continues over time the space the visitor "sees" is highly influenced by similar patterns. If a visitor goes "rogue" creating a new path (in real time) its all good and all recorded. Recorded because rogue paths can become part of the branching algorithm once the rogue path is seen more than once.

 

This is why behavior is a dimension online, but not a dimension separate from space and time. Web 3.0 mashes all three website design dimensions into a single 3 way Chinese finger puzzle. Each web 3.0 "dimension" is inextricably tied to the other two.


See Also: 
A Brief History of Time and Web 3.0
http://www.scoop.it/t/design-revolution/p/3995357618/a-brief-history-of-time-and-web-3-0  

 

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Community Lessons: @Medium Is The Message: What eRetailers Sell via @ScentTrail

Community Lessons: @Medium Is The Message: What eRetailers Sell via @ScentTrail | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

The Medium Is The Message
We may have read a better explanation of Curagami’s raison d’être than Medium founder Ev Williams, but we don’t remember when. Ev’s discussion of the move from widget focus (adding features) to the Jungian thing – helping customers self actualize and so become more actualized in turn – is an ecommerce must read. 

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The Platform Revolution #infographic via @Curagami

The Platform Revolution #infographic via @Curagami | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

The Platform Revolution "
Google is all about big brands now," a frustrated customer said. The complaint was about how this Small to Medium Sized Business couldn't win organic listings anymore. We disagreed. Google isn't rewarding top organic listings to Big Brands. Big brands look and feel more like platforms and that is why they are winning in spite of themselves. 

Learn more about why you MUST think in platforms NOW: http://www.curagami.com/magical-thinking/new-seo/the-platform-revolution/  

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Why I'm Not An SEO - via @Curagami

Why I'm Not An SEO - via @Curagami | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Some finally "get SEO" as tactical advantage ends. Online marketing must win hearts, minds & loyalty. Brands must build online community SEO not so much anymore. Those and other reasons are why I'm not an SEO. 

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Why Amazon Prime is MONEY So Steal This via @ScentTrail Marketing

Why Amazon Prime is MONEY So Steal This via @ScentTrail Marketing | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it
More than a loyalty program, Amazon prime is ecommerce's future. Amazon Prime builds community, reduces customer risks, is easy and fun so steal this...
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People: 5 Ways People Fix Content Marketing - Curagami

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Content marketing must serve a higher purpose & featuring people not things is how websites win hearts, minds & loyalty creating online community.

Post includes a Fareed Zakaria interview with hedge fund manager Ray Dolio because Ray shares 5 tips for how to become a great web marketer:

* Think more about how "the machine" works (Google in our case).

* Be in the middle of it and expect to get banged up.

* Have great humility and FEAR.

* It isn't KNOWING that matters it is what you do when you DON't KNOW.
* Find smart people who disagree with you and LISTEN.

I couldn't summarize how teams I've led have made over $30M in online sales learn to think and be. Ray may be speaking of how to manage a hedge fund, but he may as well be outlining how to be a great digital marketer.

This post explores an eternal truth - people not things sell.
http://www.curagami.com/magical-thinking/marketing/5-ways-people-fix-content-marketing/

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Stop, Wait & Listen: 5 Easy Google Recovery Steps

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Everything Is Harder Suddenly everything online seems harder. Or there may be a slow drip with energy and value leaking out seemingly unrecoverable. Google’s algorithmic haircuts hurt no matter how realization dawns. This post is about how to recover, regain and reposition your website after traffic, conversions and money are dealt an injury by an algorithm:

Take These Easy Steps To Recover:

  • Stop, Wait & Listen.
  • Analytics Deep Dive.
  • Create New KPIs.
  • Back In To Blue Oceans.
  • Create Community.
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Context Conversations the Future of Marketing - Curagami

Context Conversations the Future of Marketing - Curagami | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it
Digital marketing is moving to real time CONTEXT & CONVERSATIONS. Curagami's Predictive Analytics Engine (cPAE) creates relevant web, email & mobile context
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Story By Google Rocks

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Story by Google Rocks
Wow, what a cool new visual marketing aid. Google's new STORY grabs pictures from your iPhone and makes an editable visual "book" out of them.

Too good. Great visual marketing aid.

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The Rise of Social Shopping via @HaikuDeck

The Rise of Social Shopping via @HaikuDeck | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Rise of Social Shopping
Blink an eye and big stuff happens. With valuations in the billions for sites such as +OpenSky and in the hundreds of millions for relative newcomer WaNeLo.com Don't get lost in the trap such valuations create.

Remember Arthur C. Clarke's quote:
Any sufficiently NEW technology is indistinguishable from MAGIC.

There are several forms of new ecommerce magic happening now including:

+Wanelo = gamified, social & mobile shopping.
MassDrop = social affiliate program.
+OpenSky = Social Shopping with a #crowdfunding or +quirkydotcom  feel.
+fab.com = social shopping.
+Etsy = +eBay for crafters.
+Woot = Daily Deal

We added a new section to our Ecommerce Questions Haiku Deck to reflect the rise of social shopping. We also noted how and why Amazon should be worried. New "social shopping" plays are hitting Amazon right where they are vulnerable - community, social and mobile.

Amazon is  "Search and Stab" and they are about to compete with savvy mobile game creators. Shopping as a social game will beat low prices created by scale. Didn't Amazon just prove that point by vanquishing Walmart from the king's ecommerce throne?

Amazon understands the ARBITRAGE of online commerce better than anyone, but what if arbitrage wasn't the driving force anymore? Going to be an interesting fight between SCALE and its many benefits and a new generation of "kids" who don't know any better than to question everything, assume nothing and have FUN.

Fun is contagious. Will follow with video notes soon.

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New Video Notes Added To Key Ecommerce ?s @HaikuDeck!

New Video Notes Added To Key Ecommerce ?s @HaikuDeck! | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Lots of questions after our presentation of asking the right Ecommerce questions last week to a group of about 40 Small to Medium Sized Businesses in Raleigh sponsored by FedEx. Instead fo writing more, we took a different approach and developed short "Video Notes" adding Curagami YouTube links to our Haiku Deck:

Find the Haiku Deck Here
http://shar.es/1gssvu

Find Introductory Video Notes on YouTube Here
https://youtu.be/T3KVhY_yK10 

Find Video Notes about creating online community here
https://youtu.be/KXmON4U1I_E 


Will add more video notes soon.  

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My First Scoop.it Pic & Why Visual Marketing Rocks via @Scoopit

My First Scoop.it Pic & Why Visual Marketing Rocks via @Scoopit | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it
Organic reach and engagement are declining on social networks. Here's how to share curated content with images for more clicks to your website.
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Too Good! My first Scoop.it Pic. Thanks to @Guillaume Decugisand kudos to @Scoop.itteam and a great content curation tool gets better.

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Ecommerce Master Class Video: Contests - via @Curagami

Ecommerce Master Class Video: Contests - via @Curagami | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

This Ecommerce Master Class Video shares one of our favor web marketing tips. Contests create tribes, engagement & loyalty. Cotests are WORK and they work.

Features Moon-Audio.com's Music & Gear Lover Reviewer Contest:
http://www.moon-audio.com/ambassador-review-contest

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Hero Marketing: How SMBs Can Compete With Amazon - New @HaikuDeck via @Scenttrail

Hero Marketing: How SMBs Can Compete With Amazon - New @HaikuDeck via @Scenttrail | Curation Revolution | Scoop.it

Hero Marketing combines passion, customer focus, exponential thinking and the creation of movements to help Small to Medium Sized Businesses (SMBs) compete with Amazon.

Created this new Haiku Deck for a conference in Baltimore sponsored by FedEx on 2.26.

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Why I'm Not A SEO Triptych

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I'm not a SEO Triptych
I. Blue Oceans,
II. Used Cars and
III. Confusion 

All linked from Scenttrail Marketing get your complete set TODAY! :).Marty

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