Peter Ehat at SEO.com wrote a post entitled “Does SEO Die on Web 3.0?“. I say yes, most definitely it will die. Without a doubt. Hopefully I will be retired by then, but if not I’m sure I could find a nice stable career as a mortgage salesperson.
Search in Web 3.0:
You don’t search on Google. Instead, Google searches you. They have enough data, can’t they just figure out what I need before I realize the need to search for it?
Here is how it would work:
- Larry Page brings me a glass of water.
- I say “Thanks Larry, what’s this for?”
- I begin to feel a parched throat coming on and suddenly feel better about my use of Google Desktop.
- I notice that my television suddenly starts showing ads that offer me a snack to go with my water.