A Look Into the Future of Internet Search

A Look Into the Future of Internet Search

Content Writer: Aaron Boggs Aaron Boggs President
A Look Into the Future of Internet Search - Web 3.0

The future of search will be drastically different than how we navigate the web today.  Dynamic search semantics is like a fuel injection motor for the web and it is changing how we already search today. 

There were 5.1 Billion average Google searches per day in 2012, nearly double what is was in 2009.  Every part of our day has been linked to the request for data, visuals, information and research.

To understand the future of Web 3.0, think of your device as a personal assistant.  Search results are not just static but dynamic in their recommendations.  Your search history, your social network, your purchase characteristics are all forming a unique profile that will make suggestions on your behalf.

I'm not spending my time trying to figure out the specifics of Web 3.0, I'm trying to figure out how to create a competitive advantage for small businesses.  That's what we are committed to doing at RevLocal and that's why our customers feel ahead of the game when they partner with us.

Aaron Boggs,

Executive Vice President