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Darwinism on the Web - Surviving and Thriving in a Web 2.0 World

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Sören Stamer's presentation at the Web 2.0 Expo SF 2009. …

Sören Stamer's presentation at the Web 2.0 Expo SF 2009.

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The very essence of what we think of as the web is changing at a rapid pace. The expectations of users increase with the evolution of new services and new business model. What are the successful patterns that thrive in a massively connected environment? And what are the new paradigms for engaging with customers and employees?

Keeping up with what’s new is enough of a challenge, learning what to embrace and adopt, and how to do so cost effectively is the key to leading the pack. Learn how to prepare your organization up to keep pace with the new speed of innovation.

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  • 1. Darwinism on the Web Surviving and Thriving in a Web 2.0 World Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco 01-04-2009 Sören Stamer twitter.com/heartnsoul
  • 2. 200th Anniversary Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 3. Life needs to evolve Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 4. More than 99.5% of all species are extinct
  • 5. Tough Times! But why? Graphic: dreamstime.com
  • 6. Massive networking drives change
  • 7. Seven consequences
  • 8. 1. Increasing Dynamics Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 9. 6000+ days Copyright: Kevin Kelly
  • 10. 2. Rising Complexity Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 11. ...makes it impossible to predict, so better stay agile
  • 12. 3. Increasing Transparency Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 13. RateMyCop.com
  • 14. 4. Global Synchronization
  • 15. ...creates opportunities & crises
  • 16. 5. Collectively smarter Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 17. ...or collectively dumber
  • 18. 6. Abundance of options Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 19. ...creates a scarcity of attention
  • 20. 7. Exponential Growth Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 21. Fold it 100 times! Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 22. 1.3 trillion light-years
  • 23. 14.4x our whole universe Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 24. How deep is the impact?
  • 25. Brain of a Mouse ! Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 26. Human Brain Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 27. Fundamental Change Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 28. ? ?? ? ? ? ?? ?? ? ? ? ? ?? ?
  • 29. 10 useful patterns & how to exploit them?
  • 30. Websites evolve: Content is king. Engaging people! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 31. 1. Empower your community & build a tribe
  • 32. Feedback loops rule Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 33. 2. Engage in conversations
  • 34. Emotions connect us
  • 35. 3. Be personal
  • 36. Virality is power Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 37. 4. Make your ideas more contagious
  • 38. Personal resonance counts
  • 39. 5. Use established paradigms
  • 40. Open & focused wins
  • 41. 6. Open up and do less
  • 42. Evolution is hard to predict Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 43. 7. Let it go
  • 44. People pay for attention
  • 45. 8. Provide ways to earn attention
  • 46. The web without websites
  • 47. 9. Enable multiple touchpoints for your services
  • 48. Making money because of...
  • 49. 10. Find ways to offer a great service for free
  • 50. Please don‘t be surprised Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 51. What can CoreMedia do for you?
  • 52. CoreMedia Return on Engagement 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Photo: dreamstime.com
  • 53. Vancouver2010.com
  • 54. Multi-Touchpoints One Service
  • 55. Reaching and Engaging People Wherever They Are My Website Laufen in Hamburg Der große Bericht über Hamburger Laufstrecken …
  • 56. CoreMedia Editor Dashboard Real-time engagement with your customers one click actions feedback of users notifications real-time analysis
  • 57. CoreMedia CMS & Social Software Open & flexible New New New
  • 58. A German beer plus a signed book @CoreMedia booth 725, tomorrow at 4pm
  • 59. Your Questions
  • 60. www.coremedia.com CoreMedia Return on Engagement blog.coremedia.com twitter.com/heartnsoul © CoreMedia | 15-05-2008 |
  • 61. CoreMedia Return on Engagement Revenue & Growth »! Reach »! Engagement Cost optimization Risk reduction »! Efficient business processes »! Avoid outages »! Technology saving »! Avoid project delays »! Fast projects