social Web

(redirected from The Social Web)

social Web

An umbrella term for the organizational and sharing aspects of the World Wide Web. See social networking site.
References in periodicals archive ?
The purpose of the service is to: - the strategic support of cnes on the social web, Including advice (strategy, Proposals .
Storyful's technology monitors the social web and finds news in real-time to assist media with their stories while sorting the news from the noise.
One was a staff training curriculum for learning the social web, and the other was an experimental program on creating video for the web.
The ability for people to capture posts, images, and video, and instantly share them across the social web, has increased a marketing team's ability to engage.
Perhaps, in the age of the social web, we should let go of the tiller, move with the tide, submit the brand to the ebb and flow of consumer needs and desires, whims and passions; liberate it from its corporate shackles to find its own articulation in the mouths of the crowd.
In Rheingold's book by the same name, he tells us how to harness the power of the social web by netting smart.
The social web has been an unprecedented boon to consumers seeking an empowered voice.
Farther more the source said that the ministry wide committed has formed recommendations to stop the publication of blasphemed and obstinate materials and movies on the social web sites.
In the chapter on 'The Many Ways of Searching the Web Together: A Comparison of Social Search Engines', the authors Manuel Burghardt, Markus Heckner and Christian Wolff have described the social web in the modern context with the discussion on social web characteristics.
Summary: Facebook, the company that turned the social Web into a cultural and business phenomenon, is worth as much as $95 billion, according to the price range for its upcoming initial public offering of stock.
com bought Radian6, which focuses on listening to customers in the social web, as well as analyzing the use of the social web in order to better serve customers.