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Community guidlines - a mish mash of tips and interesting theories.

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Web 2.0-ish communities Presentation Transcript

  • 1. WEB 2.0-ish Communities
  • 2. WEB 2.0-ish Communities Special offer !!! only today
  • 3. WEB 2.0-ish Communities 5 simple rules to successfully make a master thesis +
  • 4. My general strategy
  • 5. My general strategy The internet is going to change the way we interact , communicate , collaborate, network with each other fundamentally. FAST!
  • 6. My general strategy The internet is going to change the way we interact , communicate , collaborate with each other fundamentally. FAST! our advantage?
  • 7. Hello there... kids of the net
  • 8. Simple community values
    • An individual should get value from their contributions.
    • These contributions should provide value to their peers as well.
    • The organisation that hosts that service should derive aggregate value and be able to expose this back to the users.
    By mister Tom Coates
  • 9. Simple community values
    • An individual should get value from their contributions.
    • These contributions should provide value to their peers as well.
    • The organisation that hosts that service should derive aggregate value and be able to expose this back to the users.
    By mister Tom Coates Individual Motives
  • 10. Simple community values
    • An individual should get value from their contributions.
    • These contributions should provide value to their peers as well.
    • The organisation that hosts that service should derive aggregate value and be able to expose this back to the users.
    By mister Tom Coates Individual Motives Social Value
  • 11. Simple community values
    • An individual should get value from their contributions.
    • These contributions should provide value to their peers as well.
    • The organisation that hosts that service should derive aggregate value and be able to expose this back to the users.
    By mister Tom Coates Individual Motives Social Value Business/Organisational Value
  • 12. Simple community values: examples
  • 13. Simple community values: examples
  • 14. Simple community values: examples
  • 15. Simple community values: other examples Other?
  • 16. Things to take in consideration...
  • 17. Licencing content
    • Give your users the possibility to license their own content
    • Creative Commons, GPL, ...
    • Will become extremely popular in the future.
    • Flickr CC search is a great example. Giving something away for free, doesn’t mean you get nothing back.
  • 18. APIs are HOT!
    • Really Really HOT !!
    • Every service, every api added to the web can potentially make every other service better.
    • Allow your users to associate, connect and form relationships with one another. Inside AND outside your platform.
    • Your users have to know which of their data is in the open.
  • 19. Where’s the money?
    • Attention and Advertising
    • Premium accounts
    • Building services around the data. ( e.g. Print photos)
    • Using user-generated contributions to improve your other services. ( geotagging.com - Flickr maps)
  • 20. Don’t make things twice
    • A lot of free services around the web
    • Know your services and what they can mean to your project.
    • Possibility to use existing services inside your own tool
    • You can put your focus on your core business.
    • There is nothing wrong with some open-source lovin’
  • 21. 5 simple rules to successfully finish a thesis
  • 22. 5 simple rules to successfully finish a thesis
    • Try to find a topic, you’re really interested in. Try to be passionate about the topic you research.
    • Good contacts is the key to success.
    • Read – Read – Read – Read
    • Be involved.
    • Statistics = convincing power
  • 23. Now ... It’s your turn
  • 24. Stel :
    • Je gaat op reis en je wil mobiel bloggen - photobloggen en vloggen.
    • Je wil je photos “GEOTAGGEN”
    • Je hebt volgende Hardware tools ter beschikking.
    • Welke services, tools gebruik je, hoe ga je te werk?
    • Hoe maak je er een community van?
  • 25.  
  • 26. Stel – je hebt het volgende bedrijf als klant
  • 27.  
  • 28. CC photos used
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/joyseph/158383606/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/7-how-7/10017112
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/venegas/5549123/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/cathyma/229965651/