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  • 새로운 유형의 웹서비스 제공이 가능한 Widget을 중심으로 Widget Economy가 부상하고 있고 Widget Economy의 핵심이 Widget Ecosystem이다. 포탈은 다양한 서비스와 컨텐트를 집중화해서 고객에게 제공함으로써 인터넷의 강자로서 자리매김을 한 상황이다.Widget은 Web 서비스 수용의 새로운 방식으로서 웹2.0, 개인화, 다양한 단말에서의 Seamless User Experience 등과 연계되어 다양한 사업모델로 진화하고 있으며 웹 사업의 경쟁환경을 변화시키는 역할을 하고 있다. Widget을 중심으로 한 새로운 경쟁환경을 활용한 새로운 Widget Economy가 주목을 받고 있다.Widget Economy의 중심적 전략은 Widget Ecosystem의 주도권을 확보하는 것이다.Widget Ecosystem의 중심적 역할을 함으로써 CP, 광고주, 단말, 사용자들을 연계하여 고객접점 확보, Content/Application Aggregation, 광고 Aggregation의 선두 주자로 나섬으로써 웹의 새로운 강자로 Positioning 할 수 있다.이용자들은 다양한 단말에서 동일한 Widget을 통해 Seamless Experience로 서비스 수용이 가능하기 때문에 Widget 의 주도적 사업자로서 일반 웹 뿐만 아니라 모바일 및 PMP 이용자를 대상으로 한 주요 사업자로 부상할 수 있다.46
  • 사용자는 Widget을 쉽게 찾고 이용할 수 있는 환경이 필요Power 사용자의 경우 자기만의 Widget을 만들고자 하는 욕구 충족 환경 필요현재 Widget은 제한된 RSS Feeding 위주로 Widget에서 모든 정보를 받고자 하는 사용자의 Needs가 있음CP는 다양한 Widget을 만들어 배포할 수 있는 채널 필요. 사용자들이 전체 컨텐트를 Widget을 통해 받기를 원할 경우 CP들은 광고수익을 대체해 줄 수 있어야 함. CP들과의 사업협력이 필요함Widget을 중심으로 새로운 사업 모델을 추진하는 Widget Maker 들 또한 Widget 배포 채널 필요광고주들은 새롭게 부상하는 Widget을 통한 새롭고 개인화된 광고에 대한 관심 고조. 광고주들은 다양한 Widget을 통한 광고노출을 위한 창구 필요단말제조사들은 다양한 Widget이 자기들의 단말에서 동작하게 함으로써 이용자들이 다양한 서비스를 Widget을 통해 제공 받기를 원함이와 같이 새롭게 부상하는 Needs를 충족시킬 수 있는 Widget Ecosystem이 필요하고 이러한 Widget Ecosystem을 바탕으로 한 Widget Economy 가 형성되고 있음51
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Widget and Web Ecosystem - Updated Widget and Web Ecosystem - Updated Presentation Transcript

  • Widget & Web Ecosystem Jo, SanKu web2.0 Evangelist SD Group @ KT
  • Web is Becoming a Widget Website vs. Widget
  • Widget
  • Wi dg et
  • Decentralization & Atomization One Way Two Ways Limited Contents: Short Head Unlimited Contents: + Longtail Centralized Distributed Closed Open Provider Centric User Centric
  • Media: Mass Media -> Me Media , We Media Content: Web Site -> Page -> Micro Content Convergence and Divergence
  • Portable Web Widget Distributed Web Remixed Web Programmable Web Dion Hinchcliffe
  • Publishing2.0 Widget Do-It-Yourself Engagement Dion Hinchcliffe
  • Personalized Web Service Finds You HTTP RSS Widget People to Services Services to You
  • Social Media http://flickr.com/photos/fredcavazza/2564571564/sizes/o
  • Seamless Experience on Multi Devices Widget Services Multi Devices
  • Within 5 years, the majority of Web usage worldwide will be mobile. http://www.slideshare.net/dappelquist/web2-expo-sf2008-appelquist?src=embed
  • Viral Marketing and Network Effect
  • The Wid getized Web a natural evolu tion of Internet. is is just a transitio n. •The web page concept nd of the brows er as we know it. •The e break the web in small •The deportalisation: information. Wid get living independent pieces of f Netvibes ariq Krim T , Former CEO o
  • Natural Evolution: web2.0  Power to People  Decentralization, Distributed Web  Remixed Web  Personalization  MultiDevices, Mobile, Invisible Internet  Viral Marketing
  •  Free the Service: Data & Application F ree the Device  Free the Commerce  Fr ee the User
  • Trend vs. Money Widget
  • Widgets  Highly interactive micro-applications  Widgets as a new way to reach a dispersed audience on millions of other sites across the Web: widgetized web  Offer users a rich media experience and a high level of engagement  Easy sharing makes for viral distribution  Simple and ease of consumption and distribution  Interoperability on more devices and Seamless User Experience  Business models: driving site traffic, content consumption, advertising  Slide.com now reaches an audience of more than 134 M through its widgets (2008)
  • Desktop Widget Web Widget Mobile Widget Webwag.com, zenzui Physical Widget Widgetstation, chumby
  • Desktop Widgets  Mac Dashboard Widgets  MS Vista Sidebar Gadgets  Linux Widgets  Google Desktop Gadgets  Yahoo! Widgets
  • Mobile Widgets Webwag.com, Zenzui  Nokia WidSets  300 Mobile Phone Models  4,500 Widgets “…in the U.S. marketing spending on mobile widgets will reach [US]$500 million by 2010, up from about $2 million [in March 2007]” [BusinessWeek]
  • Widget Station Personal Internet Player Open Source Hardware Design + Simple + Internet + Widget + Toy + Private
  • SoIP lifestyle sports buddy friend connection a better wake-up music station (powers + streams) + photo sharing, video mash-ups, multimedia messaging, games, gossip, news …
  • Widget Usage
  • Widget Usage  Digital Content Distribution Made Easy  Advertising Network  Personalized Web  Website or Personal Profile Enhancement  Self-Expression and Publishing 2.0  Site Functionality Enhancement  Mash-ups and Deep Integration  Communication  Shopping  Enterprise Widget  Revenue Generation
  • The Random House Book Widget  Showcase Random House books everywhere online  Market the Random House brand  Let users preview books  Let users buy books  Spread the widget virally
  • The YouTube Widget (Badge)  Highly viral with excellent end user motivation  Uses the Web as a content “billboard”  Consistently drives user growth, video views, and traffic back to the site  Didn’t take the user’s intelligence for granted  Showed the raw code for hosting right next to every video Dion Hinchcliffe
  • The Google AdSense Widget  Probably the most successful widget in history  Drives an enormous amount of revenue for Google  Turns the entire Web into Google’s ad platform (The Long Tail of content/advertising)  Key aspects  Good user incentive  Extreme ease of use  Strong viral feedback loop
  • Widget Ads
  • Social Widget Integrate the Social APIs natively in widgets
  • Enterprise Widget (SAP) “2007: year of the Widget?” [Newsweek]
  • Widget and Personalization (webwag.com)
  • Your Attention Only At Your Home Our digital life is growing out of control Focus your attention on what you care Tariq Krim, Former CEO of Netvibes
  • Age of Personalization
  • Widget Ecosystem Economy
  • Widget Enabling New Open Web Ecosystem Brining More Values with Network Effect Publishers Advertisers Ecosystem Users
  • Widget Ecosystem Developers PC/Platform Power Users (Vista, Linux, Content & Browder, Android) Application Web Providers (Blog, Personal Web) Mobile Widget Gallery Users Widget Widget Creators Station (Platform) Advertisers Distributers Web, Desktop, Mobile, Station
  • Widget Creators (Platform Providers with Widget Gallery) define, design, develop, deploy
  • Content and Application Providers Communication, Personalization , Syndication ,Visualization
  • Distributers Channels, Walled Gardens, Consumers Terminals/Devices Desktop, pda, mobile, web-enabled
  • Widgetbox Bliget Widgetbox has a community of tens of thousands of widget creators and over 75 million widget users. Widgetbox widgets are on MySpace, Facebook, Blogger and over 1,000,000 other domains on the web.
  • Netvibes Widget Ecosystem Based on UWA
  • Show Me the Money~
  • Widget Economy  Driving visitors to your site with network effects (Brand-Extension/More Conversions)  Advertisement Widgets  Selling Widgets (Premium Contents and Products)  Widget Gallery, Search, Distribution  Widget Platform  Widget Ad Network
  • Widget Korea
  • Web2.0 vs. Web0.2
  • Widget? New Web What is Next? When? X X ?
  • Widget as Web Ecosystem Enabler To Bring the Vitality of Innovation to Korea ? +70% +40% … … … NOW … … web2.0 Market (+Mobile) Global Market
  • … Global Web Market Through KT Open Ecosystem
  • User Centric Open Ecosystem Interest Based Ad.
  • Style SoIP
  • 4th Media @ Home New Life Style
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  • Summary
  • The Future of Widget  Easy User-Generated Widgets (UCW)  Evolution to High Performance RIDAs (Rich Internet/Desktop Applications)  Cross-OS, Cross-Site, Web+Desktop Widgets  More Devices Supporting Widgets (Mobile, IPTV, PMP)  More Widget Stations  Widget Ad Networks  Market Consolidation
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  • Invisible Internet (as the Air) the Thes e Gizmos Connect to People . Net, Bu t You'd Never Know It PC Megapass VoIP Web Services Me Mobile IPTV Offline Online Video Open Application Services Phone Multiple Formats Platform (Webpage, Widget, Voice) Personalized Multidevices, Anywhere Open ServicesContents Seamless Experience
  • Change: Opportunity or Risk  Webpage vs. Widget  New Ecosystem: Data, Contents, Application  Distributed Web  Multi Devices  The Future of Online Ads  Viral Marketing
  • Widgets for Global Business rmm foor atf at Pll tP et ge dg iid W W en en Op Op
  • Web New Deal Project
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  • Thank Widget JoSanKu@KT.Com