Web 3.0 is the result of the evolution that modern browsers have undergone which makes it possible to mark up the content in a semantic way, so it can be indexed in a much more reliable and effective way.
HTML5 standard offers many more labels for content marking which, when used appropriately, can bring very positive indexing results. At Imaginanet, we are and have always been a fan of HTML5.
How about Web 2.0?
Some years ago, when the social networks had their boom, a new model emerged. This model allowed users to upload and create content on the website, which was known as “prosumer” user. Not only could this user consume contents, but he or she could also participate actively by adding content or comments. A good example of this is the social networks, blogs, etc. where users send comments, images or videos. At Imaginanet, our projects are created under the Web 2.0 paradigm.
Are these not 2.0 effects?