Web 2.o has finally given the world real interactive content.
Has the internet finally grown up? You betcha!
If you haven’t gone onto the web in a while, you might not recognize it. This isn’t your fathers internet anymore! Interactive content has begun to hit the masses. With the expanding use and ease of technology and the reduction in costs to produce high quality video, the business is booming. It’s time that the broader business sector starts to take notice of the opportunity.
Sure Adobe Flash has brought video to the internet with a graceful fashion, but the ability to dice up and slice video in a way that better expresses a vision brings the internet into a whole new class of communication.
It informs, entertains, educates, entices, and interacts. Everything that a website can do to draw the customer in. Now Penn Mutual had the vision, it’s time to bring this technology to the masses.
Any business, whether a local hardware store or local real estate agent, can realize huge returns on a relatively small investment. I mean really, this message blows away cheezy cable tv ad! C’mon. It’s up to the smaller entrepreneurs of the world to get this concept out to the masses. T3 Consortium is all over the concept and is working to create a lower cost packaged video based product offerings for small businesses in the region.
But for now…take a look at a true internet interactive masterpiece:
Is this the Perfect Storm?
Sure bandwidth expansion is an enabler. Technology can now easily merge video, photos, text, and commentary all into one message platform. Mix the internet’s interactivity with social networking and YouTube have finally brought something to the masses that was once just a dream.
Now it’s your turn. Get going.
How bout you? Have a good example of video interactive technology that’s worth sharing. Post below. But it had better be good! Gary Bernard’s (www.gbernard.com) example has set the bar pretty darn high!