2010년 웹 키워드 5: 상반기 리뷰

출처: readwriteweb

원제: 5 key trends of 2010: Half-Year Report for the web

주의: 전체 맥락위주로 급번역 한 것임.

2010년 웹 키워드 5: 상반기 리뷰

2010년의 6개월이 지난 시점에서 상반기를 한번 돌아보는  것도 좋겠다.

연초에 주목할 트렌드를 선정했었는데, 알파벳순으로 가상현실, 인터넷 관련 제품, 모바일, 실시간 웹, 구조화 된 데이터 였다.

모바일과 실시간 웹은 올 해 특별한 이슈가 되고 있고, 가상현실과 인터넷 관련 제품은 시작 단계이긴 하지만 올해 주요 흐름으로 자리 잡을 것 같다. 구조화 된 데이터는 올해 의미있는 진전을 했는데, RDFa와  페이스북, 구글, 여타 큰 업체들이 시맨틱 포맷을 채용한 덕분이다.

모바일

아이폰 OS4가 4월 론치했고 고대했던 멀티태스킹 기능이 포함되었다. 6월엔 아이폰4도 나왔다.

하지만 아이폰 만으로 올해를 모두 이야기 할 수는 없다. 구글 안드로이드의 성장과 확장이 더 주목할 만하다. 이는 1월에 구글이 새로운 넥서스원을 발표하면서 시작되었다. 구글은 “웹이 폰을 만나는 곳”이라고 넥서스원을 표현했고, “슈퍼폰”이라고 불렀다. 구글의 모바일 OS인 안드로이드는 올해 시장점유율에서도 강세를 나타냈다.

뭐니뭐니 해도 가장 큰 뉴스는 1월말 출시된 아이패드이다. 아이패드 출시는 새로운 애플리케이션의 출현과  디지털 잡지에 대해 다시 관심을 불러일으켰다.

디바이스 말고 다른 이야기를 하자면, 포스퀘어나 Gowalla, Brightkite 같은 위치기반 소셜 네트워킹 서비스가 많은 주목을 받았다.

세개 모두 오스틴에서 열렸던 geekfest인 SXSW 인터액티브 동안 인기를 얻었는데, 상반기 말 시점에서는 포스퀘어가 가장 잘 나가는 것 같다.

실시간 웹 (real-time web)

트위터와 페이스북이 2010년의 실시간 웹 분야를 장악했다. 페이스북은 프라이버시 변경으로 논란을 일으켰는데, 이것이 페이스북을 더 알려지게 만들기도 했지만, 하여튼 그 논란으로 좀 힘들었다. 그렇지만 시장점유율은 계속 높아지고 있다. 반면에 트위터는 마이클잭슨 사망이나 월드컵 같은 큰 이벤트 들의 소식을 전하면서 주류 중에서도 더 잘 알려지게 되었다.

구글은 2월에 미디어 공유 서비스인 구글버즈를 론치하면서 실시간 웹에 뛰어들었다. 하지만 버즈는 생각만큼 잘 나가진 못했다. 구글이 성공한 분야는 페이스북, 트위터, 마이스페이스등 실시간 결과를 구글의 검색 중 핵심이 된느 부분에 적용했다는 점이 될 것이다.

2010년에는 흥미있는 신생 서비스들도 있었다. 페이스북의 초대 CEO인 Adam D’Angelo가 만든 Quora(실시간 Q&A 사이트) 같은 것이다. 주목 받은 서비스로는 Collecta, OneRlot, My6Sense, SuperFeedr 같은 것들이 있다.

인터넷 관련 제품 (Internet of things)

인터넷 관련 제품이란 실제로 존재하는 물체들을 센서, 바코드, RFID 태그 등을 사용하여 인터넷과 연결시킨 것이다. 2009년에 시작된 흐름이긴 한데, 그땐 대부분이 시제품 형태였다.

2010년에 1월에 열린 CES(Consumer electric show)를 시작으로 상용화된 제품들이 소개되기 시작했다. CES에서의 주 트렌드는 소비재 (자동차안에 들어가 있는 기술 부터 웹 가능한 TV 까지)에 포팅된 웹 애플리케이션이었다.

인터넷 관련 제품에 대한 우리의 많은 기사들이 향후 몇년동안 이루어질 상용 애플리케이션의 증가에 독자들이 대비할 수 있도록 설명하는 내용들이었다. 예를 들어 센서와 휴대폰에 대한 우리 기사들을 읽어봐라. 또 왜 HP가 센서가 다음 컴퓨팅의 큰 파도를 이끌것이라 생각했냐는 기사도 읽어봐라.

가상현실

가상현실의 영역은 아직까지는 실험적인 면이 더 많다. 그래서 우리는 여기에 대해 설명하는데 많은 시간을 투자해서 기사들을 만들었다. 예를 들어 2월에 오스트리아 회사인 Wikitude에 대한 기사 가상 “세계”를 아이폰으로 가지고온 위키튜드 가 있다. 4월에 디스커버리 채널이 deadliest catch라는 다큐드라마를 데스크탑 기반의 가상현실 광고 캠페인으로 프로모션 하였을 때 더 많은 사람들이 가상현실을 체험하였다.

구조화된 데이터 (structured data)

2009년이 오픈데이터(과거에는 오프라인 데이터들이 웹에 올라왔다고 했을 때)의 해라고 한다면, 2010년은 RDFa의 해이다. RDFa는 HTML 웹페이지에 의미를 추가하는 간편한 방법이다. 페이스북이 4월에 발표한 Open Graph Platform에 이를 이용했다. Open Graph 프로토콜의 공식적 목표는 퍼블리셔들이 웹페이지를 소셜 그래프에 통합시킬 수 있도록 하는 것이다.

이 같은 흐름에 동참한 업체는 구글과 베스트바이나 테스코 같은 소매업종도 있다. 트위터는 아직 RDFa를 지원하지는 않지만  트위터 annotation 프로젝트는 비슷하다.

오픈 데이터 운동은 확산되고 있다. 1월에 영국정부가 보유하고 있는 공공데이터를 소프트웨어 개발자들이 활용할 수 있도록 하기 위해 만들어진 Data.gov.uk 라는 사이트가 팀 버너스리 경의 도움으로 오픈되었다.

2010년은 혁신으로 활기찬 한해가 될 것이다. 아이패드, 새로운 모바일 기기, 페이스북과 트위터의 시장 장악, 시맨틱 웹의 확산 – 여기까지만 해도 환상적인 한해였다. 당신 개인적인 2010년의 하이라이트를 댓글로 남겨달라.

*RDFa(resource description framework – in – attributes): 풍부한 메타데이터를 웹 문서에 심기위해 XHTML에 일련의 attribute level extension을 추가하는 것

Why You May Not Need a Mobile App (왜 모바일 앱이 필요없을 수도 있나.)

앱과 웹사이에서 고민하고 있는 상황에서 발견한 좋은 글.

  • 앱에서만 지원되는 특별할 기능이 필요없다면 굳이 app 만들 필요는 없겠구나 싶다.
  • 즉, 유료 다운로드 받도록 할 정도의 프리미엄 콘텐츠, 카메라, 한번에 다운 받아놓고 봐야하는 콘텐츠(book, magazine), push 기능이 필요할 경우만 app 고려.
  • HTML5 열심히 해야 할 듯.

주의: word by word가 아닌 주관적으로 중요하다고 생각되는 대목 중심의 대충 번역.

Kevin Nakao 라는 웹/모바일 퍼블리셔로 40등 안에 드는 WhitePages 사의 COO가 기고한  글

애플이 iphone app store를 오픈하고 난 후 열심히 어플리케이션을 만들었다만, 모바일 웹은 내버려뒀다.

그치만 마케터들이 당신으로 하여금 뭘 믿도록 했든간에, 이용자들은 모바일 웹을 모바일 앱만큼 많이 사용한다.

컴스코어에 의하면 4월에 7천2백만명이 모바일 웹사이트를 사용했고 6천9백만명이 모바일 앱을 사용했다고 한다.

(앱, 웹 모두 연간 25% 성장이다.)

모바일 웹은 점점 좋아지고 있다.

처음 앱스토어가 문을 열었을 때, 앱만이 위치정보를 활용할 수 있었는데 작년 7월에 애플이 OS3을 발표하면서 사파리 브라우저에서도 가능하도록 만들었다. HTML5도 비디오. 오디오, 제한되긴 하지만 캐싱 또는 데이터의 외부저장(offline storage of data)를 가능하게 하여 모바일 웹이 좋아지는 데 일조를 하고 있다.

간단한 비교표이다.

iphone feature capabilities checklist

(역주: 모바일 웹에서는 카메라가 안되고, 푸쉬가 안되는데 이게 킬러 콘텐츠가 아니면 과감히 모바일 웹으로 가도 좋지 않을까 싶다. 애플에 돈도 안내도 되고, 승인 안 기다려도 되고. 특히 애플에다 수익의 30%를 떼어주지 않아도 되는구나.)

그러나 app이 돈은 벌어준다.

아마존의 원클릭처럼 itunes는 이용자가 좀 더 쉽게 돈을 쓸 수 있는 환경을 만들어준다. (역주: 맞다. 신용카드 번호 다 등록해 놓았겠다… 결제 프로세스에 대해 내 정보 유출될까 하는 불안감도 없겠다… 첨 쓰기가 어려운데 이미 몇번 써 봤겠다…쓸때마다 같은 프로세스겠다… 이미 1억2천의 사용자들이 모여있겠다…..) 실제로 테스트 해 본 결과 전환율(conversion rate)이 모바일 웹보다 50%가 높았다.

그러나, 광고수익은 웹이나 앱이나 비슷했다. 실제 메이저 여행 광고주를 대상으로 한 웹과 앱의 테스트 결과 모바일 웹이 더 잘 나왔다. 그리고 애플은 앱안의 광고에 대해 자꾸 제약을 하려하고 통제하려 하고 있지만 모바일 웹에서 그런 일은 생기지 않는다.

왜 모바일 웹이 말이 되는가.

지금 앱이 당신에게 적합한 선택이라 하더라도, 터치스크린 네비게이션에 최적화 된 모바일 웹을 구축해야 한다.

모바일 앱은 아이폰, 안드로이드, RIM, Palm Pre 로 나눠져서 각각 만들어야 되지만모바일 웹의 다른 좋은점은 한번 만들어 놓으면 어떤 디바이스에서도 읽혀진다는 점이다.  (모바일 웹에서도 device profile이나 스크린 사이즈에 맞춰주는 작업은 모바일 웹에서 필요한데 이건 그다지 어렵지는 않다…정말??)

또 승인 절차나 이용자가 다운로드 받는 절차가 필요없으니 이것도 장점이다.

앱을 만들 때.

순위에 올라가야 된다. 다운로드 수와 긍정적인 rating은 순위에 올라가는데 아주 중요한 요소이다.

on-device placement도 중요하다. <– 뭐지?

소셜 미디어도 중요하다.

당신이 이제 막 모바일 전략을 수립하고 있거나 좀 해봤더라도, 앱의 껍데기만 보고 달려들지 마라. 모바일 이용자들이 이미 당신의 웹사이트를 서핑하고 있다는 사실을 기억해라…


웹디자이너의 첫번째 To-Do 리스트

Web Designer #1 TO-DO list (Choose the right domain, hosting, blog, SEO tips + much more)

Posted on 29. Apr, 2010 by Web Design in Web Development

웹디자이너 #1 투두리스트 (제대로 된 도메인 선택, 호스팅, 블로그, SEO 팁들 과 그 이상)

In this article, I will guide you on what you need to do as a web designer to be on the road to success.  이 글에서, 나는 성공하는 웹디자이너가 되기 위해 해야할일에 대해 알려주려고 한다. This guide will take you from choosing the right domain name, to getting the most traffic and clients to your website. 이 가이드는 올바른 도메인 네임을 선택하는 것 부터 당신의 웹사이트에 최대의 트래픽과 고객을 끌어올 수 있도록 해 줄것이다.  If you’re new to web design, you may be thinking “Where do I go now? What do I do now?” Even if you aren’t new to web design, with this to-do list and my other guides which I will mention throughout this article, you can be on the right road to becoming a successful web designer. Make sure you take action as you read through or you will find yourself a month down the road and you still haven’t started! If you run into any trouble, please post a comment and I will guide you. I will add more things to this page as time goes by, so please check back for updates.

Update: thanks to your support, my to-do list has received an astonishing 200 tweets! This inspires me even more to keep giving you quality articles and tutorials : )

1. Get a Domain

I am always creating websites and it is extremely important to choose a good domain. Very often, I see domains like RandySullivanBestWebDesigner.com. It’s a really long, boring domain that nobody is going to remember or even finish typing in their browser. The great thing about domains is that they’re really cheap. But good names get sold fast, so if you thought of a good domain it’s generally a good idea to snatch it as quickly as possible. What I do is I put a twist on my domains. For instance WebDesignDev.com is really short and to the point – it tells the world I am a web designer and is a really catchy name – catchy enough for you to come to my website and read my articles and tutorials. I can bet that next time you want to read a fresh article or tutorial you will remember “WebDesignDev” because it’s so short and to the point and you may just type the name directly in the browser. As a matter of fact, almost 25% of my thousands of visitors are direct type-ins.

For all of my domains, I use GoDaddy, it is the largest domain registrar in the world and that is for a reason. I think they may be running a promotion now for .com domains at $7.49.

2. Host your domain

The most important thing about running an Internet Business is to have a reliable host. If you don’t have one, you are wasting your time. I recommend to everyone to always use HostGator. It’s cheap, reliable and I have never heard a bad word about them. They answer any questions I have in less than 1 hour. If you do decide to try to find a better host, please do your research before you get hosting with them. If you absolutely don’t like HostGator for one reason or another (I still can’t see why you wouldn’t), there are 2 other great hosts out there: 1) FatCow (they are actually powered by wind energy and give you a free domain for life) and 2) iPage (amazingly, they are also powered by wind energy and give you a free domain for life). The worst thing in the world is to find your website is down, your host’s support is “unavailable”, and once it becomes available you find out they don’t have a recent back-up of your website. Ouch! I have had this happen to me more than once with a different host, and I would hate to see that happen to you. If you do decide to use HostGator, you will never run into that problem. Again, if you run into any trouble getting the hosting, feel free to post a comment and I will guide you through.

3. Connect your domain and hosting

It’s really simple to host your domain. Log in to your GoDaddy account, on the left side you will find Domains > Domain Manager, click on Domain Manager and then click on your domain. You will see the tab Nameservers, click on that and change the name servers to the ones that HostGator sent you in the welcome e-mail. Make sure the option “I have specific nameservers for my domains” is selected before you update. The name servers will be something like:

NS1.HOSTGATOR.COM and NS2.HOSTGATOR.COM, only the 1 and 2 will be replaced by your server number. If you ever lose your welcome email, just send HostGator a support request and they will send you a back-up of the email most likely within 1 hour. Once all of this is done, you will be able to create and upload your website.

4. Create a blog

Every web designer must have a blog. There is NO excuse not to have one. I have one – webdesigndev.com, and you should have one too. Whether you are going to blog about web design articles and tutorials and help other web designers, like I do, or about your web design work, or about something completely unrelated, you should still have a blog.

Install your blog. This is super easy, and I will show you how to do this in under 1 minute using Fantastico. Not all hosts have Fantastico, but if you took my advice and hosted with HostGator, you will have it. To begin, go to http://www.YourDomain.com/cpanel and log in with the cpanel login and password your host provided. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and locate the Software/Services section, under which you will see Fantastico. Click on Fantastico. Once you are in, on the left side you will see “Wordpress” under the Blogs section, click on that, then click on New Installation link. Fantastico will then ask you to specify the details such as your domain, the location of the blog (you can just type “Blog” in there to have it on http://www.YourDomain.com/blog), your admin user name and password, admin nick name, e-mail, site name and Description. Once you fill in the details, click “Install WordPress”. You will then be asked to confirm everything by clicking “Finish Installation”. Click Finish Installation and you’ve just created your first blog!

Add posts to your blog. After you install your blog and go to it, on the right side you will see a link called Login (YourDomain.com/wp-login.php – this is the link you will use from now on to log in to your blog’s admin panel). Click on the link and log in with the admin username and pass you created in Fantastico while installing WordPress. Now you are inside the WordPress Dashboard, which is where I am right now as I am writing this To-Do list : ) On the left side you will see Posts section, and under it “Add New”. Click on Add New and you will be able to create your first blog post.

Get a theme for your blog. When you just came to my blog you probably thought to yourself “I wish I could have a blog like that.” Well, I have to be honest, I paid $70 for my WordPress theme which I got from WooThemes and the great thing about it is you can personalize it! It’s really a huge benefit not to spend 100’s of hours making it from scratch. Once you have purchased your theme, it is really simple to upload it. I personally use FileZilla for uploading, which is 100% free and works like a charm. Once you download FileZilla, open it, and it’ll ask you for the Host, User Name and Password. For Host put the name of your website, for user name and password use your *Cpanel* user name and password, not WordPress. Once you are in, you will need to upload the theme to Public_html/Wp-Content/Themes folder (first find the public_html folder, then click on Wp-Content folder, then click on the Themes folder). Once you are in, simply drag the unzipped Theme from wherever you saved it on your computer to the Themes folder. Another way to upload is through your hosting cpanel. Log in to your cpanel, click on File Manager, then go to the Public_html/Wp-Content/Themes folder and click on Upload which is in the top navigation. Upload the zip file of your theme and then unzip it.

Customize your theme as you like. Once you have finished uploading your theme, log in to your WordPress admin (YourSite.com/wp-login.php) and click Appearance on the left side, you will see your theme there. Click on it and a preview will open up. In the top right corner you will see Activate, click on that and your theme is now live! If you bought your theme fromWooThemes you can play around with all the fun features and settings.

5. Get Twitter followers

Twitter is a huge source of my traffic. After I write a new article or tutorial and tweet it I often get hundreds of tweets and retweets. Twitter allows me to dominate the web design niche. I see my Twitter followers as the people who I value and who value me and my work in return. What I did to get over 27,000 followers on my WebDesignDev account was I went to one of the biggest names in Web Design industry, PSDTUTS and every day manually added their most recent 500 followers (yes, it took a LONG time to do this). Those people would then come to my website, check out what great content I have, and follow me. Not only did they follow me on Twitter, but they became regular readers! I also noticed that Twitter followers are the loyal readers – they will stay on my website longer than someone who just came from Google or Yahoo. So over night you can start driving hundreds of targeted visitors to your website who are really interested in your website! P.S. I now have only 400 less followers than PSDTUTS, 27,000 and growing!

UPDATE: I now use Social Oomph as my Twitter management software. How easy would it have been for me to grow my Twitter account had I used this software when I just started WebDesignDev’s Twitter! I started out using their free version but have upgraded to the professional one. Two of the best features (among others) in professional version that you don’t get in the free one are 1) I can set a feed of my scheduled tweets and bulk upload hundreds of tweets at once from a txt file and 2) I can easily find the right people to follow with SocialOomph’s Friend Finder feature and auto-follow them. So I can set my Twitter account to update every 5 minutes for me, or every 15 minutes, or for any interval I choose and Tweet my most popular articles. You can schedule Tweets in the free account, but you have to do them all manually and I got really tired of doing that every day. I can say that for me it makes a lot of sense to pay them $1/day instead of spending an extra 1 or 2 hours setting things manually. This way I can let Social Oomph concentrate on my Twitter while I concentrate on my business and blog. Actually, I like Social Oomph so much I am going to do a detailed review of them very soon.

As I am writing this tutorial I realized that your Twitter account is likely brand new or doesn’t have too many followers yet, so you may not need the bulk tweet upload feature that Social Oomph offers. If you do need it, definitely use Social Oomph. Otherwise, your best solution is to use MarketMeTweet (see our MarketMeTweet Review).

6. Learn SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

SEO is one of the most important things you need to learn to have a successful Internet business. Writing everything I know about SEO will likely take at least several hundred pages, but I will give you the most important things below. I have studied SEO for the past 5 years and have put in countless hours learning it. I can say it has paid off – my blog webdesigndev.com for example, gets around 50% of its traffic from search engines. I have learned a great deal of what I am about to share with you from SEO Book.

Titles. Your . I am targeting 5 different keywords in a single title: 1) Web Design Tutorials; 2) Creating a website; 3) Learn Adobe Flash; 4) Learn Photoshop; 5) Learn Dreamweaver. It is generally a good idea not to put too many keywords in the title since search engines will look at where in the title the targetted keyword is to see its important. So the keyword that appears say 50 characters after the beginning, is not nearly given as much weight as the keyword that appears first. I am targetting 5 keywords in my title, which is about as high as you want to go. It is of utmost importance to know which keywords will bring you the most traffic and which keywords to put first. If you just put “Web Design” for example, as the only thing in your title, you will probably not get much traffic. You must be thinking “but you just said the first keyword is the most important!” Yes, but “web design” is such a competitive term that you will need to do a LOT of SEO to get any kind of ranking there. Put a much more targeted keyword, such as “web design” followed by the name of your city, like “web design toronto” for example and follow it with several other keywords. Why is this a good title? And why is the title of WebDesignDev good? Look at the first 2 words – they are the same “web design” keyword that’s so hard to rank for, but they are followed with the word “tutorials” which is exactly what I am trying to target. I rank top 5 on Google, by the way, for that keyword : ) I am still giving my blog a chance to rank for “Web Design” by putting those 2 words first.

Keyword research. This is super important. If you don’t know what keywords to target, you can’t possibly bring many organic (search engine) visitors/customers to your web design website/blog. Google has a terrific keyword research tool. I always use this tool before I create a title for any of my new articles to make sure that I choose the title that both describes what my articles are about and can bring me the highest number of visitors. In the box type the keyword that you think you want to use. Make sure to keep “use synonyms” checked so that you get all kinds of variations for the keyword. Once you get the results, to the top right of the first keyword you see in the list, right above it, you will see a drop down box that says “Broad”. Make sure to click it and select “Exact”. “Broad” simply tells you the total searches for that keyword including any search in which that keyword is just part of the search. This won’t give you an accurate idea of how much traffic you can expect from the keyword, so select “Exact” to see exactly how much traffic the keywords bring.

H tags. H tags vary from H1 to H6, which H1 being the most important. You MUST have an H1 tag. This tag should come as early after your tag as possible. Your H1 tag must contain your most important keywords. It is also the biggest tag visually, so use css styling to make it smaller. I won’t go into detail on how to use CSS in this article. Somewhere lower on the page you should use H2 tags for parts of your page that are second in importance. For example, my H1 tag is the same as my title: Web Designer TO-DO list (MUST-HAVE resources for Web Designers), and my H2 tags are the sections of my article, i.e. “Get a Domain”, “Host Your Domain” etc. This gives search engines a structured layout of what my page is about.

Meta tags. These tags are not as important as they once used to be, but you should still not neglect them. The meta tags go inside your tags. Search engines may refer to your meta tags if they don’t find the search keyword anywhere else in your article. Make sure your meta description tag is not too short, and not too long, since that can affect your rankings adversely. Also, make sure you have a reasonable number of meta keywords. A sample of meta description and keywords tags would be the following:

Page Speed. This is VERY important. If your blog/web design site loads slowly, you will not rank as well as other websites. I have personally seen an increase of 200% in traffic simply by switching hosting. Make sure to use only the fastest hosting:HostGator, FatCow or iPage. Even if you already have hosting, shared hosting is very cheap and I would strongly encourage you to switch to the hosts that are known to be the fastest on the net.

Keyword density on page. This is another very important part of SEO. Search engines will look at how many times a certain keyword is repeated on the page to judge how relevant your page is in comparison to others. Make sure not to abuse this: intentionally “stuffing” the page with numerous keywords is considered “black hat” and is frowned upon by search engines. They will give you a penalty if you put too many keywords. And while it is impossible to know the “perfect” keyword density, strive for somewhere in the range of 5-10%.

Internal links. Many people don’t realize that the anchor text of your internal links, if used properly, can give a HUGE boost to your rankings. And the best part of it is that these links are free! Use the same Google keyword research tool to see how to set the anchor text of your internal links, such as your navigation links. Always have a link either in your footer or your top navigation with your most important keyword pointing to your home page. This means every internal page you have will give your main page a boost for that keyword!

External links. These are harder to get than internal links, since someone else has to link to you. But these links are considered extremely valuable by search engines. Every external link is a “vote” for your website, and the text for that link tells search engines the subject of that vote. Try to get as many external links as possible.

Content is king. If you have quality content, not only will people find it interesting to read, but other websites and blogs will link to you too. By writing this web designer to-do list, I am hoping I have provided you with something that you found extremely useful that will help you in your web design career.

This is all the time I have today to devote to this to-do list, but I will add more as soon as I can! Check back often for updates!

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