This is NOT a Web Page

Tweet about this on Twitter12Share on Facebook2Share on LinkedIn2Share on Google+0Buffer this page

This is NOT a Web page. This is MORE.

There’s SO much here.

Not just words, but a platform.

Thoughts, ideas, strategy, action.

And you’re not just reading them.

But you are also evaluating them.

These ideas allow you to do so much more.

The Web is NOT just a medium that allows for interactions that are impossible to reproduce in other media. It allows you to express your thoughts, ideas, and strategy regardless of wether people physically around care about them or not.

This is NOT just a Web page. It’s much, much more. I use this platform to share my vision for exceptional customer service with the rest of the World. 

My customer service vision and passion is shared with visitors from United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Spain, Philippines, Netherlands, Singapore, Germany, Malaysia, South Africa, Indonesia, Japan, Ireland, United Arab Emirates, Italy, Brazil, Belgium, Mexico, Hong Kong, and many more countries, 148 countries in total.

People all over the world can read what you have to say. They can view what you’ve put together. They can listen to what you’re saying. They can watch you say it.

But it’s not just about your text, your images, your sound, or video. The key is the being able to connect with people all over the world through our platform.

You can add to the web from anywhere in the world and consume it globally as well. You can do it at any time and from many devices. The web is about breaking these fundamental barriers of space and time and transmuting old modes of interaction into new ones.

You don’t need to go to a library to share it.

You don’t need to go to the a specific place to listen to it.

You don’t need to go to the store to buy something.

With this web platform, everything you USED know is WRONG. Welcome to a NEW WORLD of digital media.

If you’re a businessperson, you can sell anything you want to people all around the world with the click of a button. If you’re a teacher, you can teach to people on the other side of the world watching your lessons years after they’ve been put online. If you’re an artist, you can show your work to a global crowd much larger than any museum can hold. If you’re willing to break the old rules, you can decide what the new ones will be.

The chains are gone, the power is in your hands.

The web is as much about the people as it is about the connections between them.

What do you think the web is about?


Michael Azarkevich, 20.06.2013 22:37, Israel

@M_Azarkevich

This post is a response (laced with gentle plagiarism) to Justin Jackson’s post “Words”

Leave A Comment?