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Web 3.0 now

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Just a year and a half ago, our Russian definition of the term "web 2.0" appeared. According to the online journalist Andreev, web 2.0 was described as far back as Mark Twain in the infamous scene with Tom Sawyer (read: the portal owner), to whom friends (read: users) paint the fence (read: create free content that the creator would have to spend money and effort on). Is this a fair situation? Of course not. It is this injustice that sees the imperfection of web 2.0 communities and foreshadows the age of Webtrinol.
Webtrinol scheme of operation :
1. User creates content.
2. Readers go to the site, read the content, evaluate the content posted on the pages of the site, view ads.
Rating and the number of views of each piece of content are coefficients used to calculate the user’s benefit. The coefficient is also affected by how long the user has been working with the resource, how many materials he has published, what is the average score of the materials for the whole history of the user’s publications and whether he has any additional tasks on the site. So, the user can be a section moderator, solve controversial situations, act as a tutor – and get a "raise" for all this.
4) The total income of the creator of the community is divided into two parts: half he keeps, half is divided between the users, according to the "salary" coefficient of each of them.
Why does this scheme benefit the creator of the resource?
1. The creator of the resource does not need advertising. Users themselves will actively advertise the resource (and, of course, their own publications) through other communities, Zh Zh Zh Zh Zh, social media to increase clickability, readability, and ratings of their articles.
2. The creator doesn’t need an editor. Users will care about the quality of content, as low-quality content will be less popular. Poor quality content lowers a user’s overall ranking, so they will avoid poor quality content and strive to maintain their position on the resource.
3. The creator does not need moderators. The role of moderators will be performed by users both independently (reduce the rating of users who, for example, used an obscene word), and by getting a pay raise for this.
4. The creator does not need project managers. Because it will be a self-organized community whose goal will be survival and development (i.e. earning more money by each member of the community), beating the competition with communities similar in theme.
In general, all the creator needs in this situation – the initial promotion of the service and ensure its physical life (server, hosting, etc.)
I bet monetized social networks will appear in Russia within two years.
We’ll be waiting.
P.S. this post was previously published on my blog at blogs.technet.com/ilyae
And I decided to share my thoughts with Habr users as well.

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