Web 2.0 is a term used for websites with user-generated content without clear specifications about the kind or the amount of such content. Blogs with polls, quizzes, comments, and other elements where readers can interact with authors are good examples of Web 2.0 websites. There are whole platforms like YouTube or WordPress specified as Web 2.0 and the same is true for web forums, all social media sites like Facebook or Twitter, just everything where interaction is possible. Even large news sites, originally built on the authority of their authors, became Web 2.0 with the addition of comment sections and user-generated posts.
Wizzley, where this post is located, is another example with advanced options, like the possibility of monetization. If you are new to the internet and not sure if you want to have your own site or could achieve something on one or more already made Web 2.0 platforms, read on. If you can't decide if this is for you or not, here are 10 advantages of Web 2.0: