Glabber to Unveil Web 3.0
Glabber to Unveil Web 3.0
Glabber, the social networking site that is empowering people to take control of and change their world, plans to unveil Web 3.0 in autumn of 2012
NEW YORK, Feb. 14, 2012
NEW YORK, Feb. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Using highly anticipated and innovative technologies, "Glabber will advance the internet into Web 3.0 and change the way people think about and use the internet," says co-founder William Reid.
Fellow co-founder Charles Gindi adds, "To fully explain Web 3.0 would be to give away all of our secrets, but we can tell you a little of what we are working on now."
Many people still have apprehension about trusting the internet because of the abundance of false and misleading information, where most often you know very little about the people and websites who say it. To change this Charles says, "Glabber will release a unique Web 3.0 Application that brings a high level of trustworthiness and credibility to everything you see online and the motivation behind it." The uses for this technology are endless, and will assist in alleviating many problems that plague the internet today by decreasing the time people spend looking through incorrect or misleading information, minimizing malicious content, and giving people the power and control to have their voice heard.
Major search engines basically have a monopoly and determine how and even if people can find your business. Glabber's technologies will include a Web 3.0 Search Engine, that uses exclusive algorithms which provide superior search results, ensuring that even if you have a small business - you will be seen, without SEO manipulation, huge popularity, or already being a multinational corporation.
Shopping online is generally considered somewhat boring and dull compared to shopping in the real world. Glabber will make shopping online into a more entertaining experience by utilizing a Web 3.0 E-commerce technology to create a new and exciting way of shopping online, and at the same time greatly boosting visibility and sales for small businesses worldwide.
Charles says, "Glabber will bring about Web 3.0 by implementing some very important changes to how the internet functions - making it significantly more like the real world."
Glabber, a privately held company based in New York City is empowering people to take control of and change their world. To become part of the Glabber Web 3.0 social networking movement please go to http://glabber.com and to learn more about Glabber please go to http://glabber.com/about
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