Content generation is now for everyone
The first decade of the 21st century saw the evolution of the World Wide Web into what has been described as a second generation of it which is sometimes called web 2.0. The development of faster connections meant that video and music streaming became available to a lot more people who could now use sites like YouTube to choose what they wanted to watch. It also allowed them to publish their own videos if they wanted to, making them creators rather than just consumers. The advent of social networking sites like Facebook changed the web because anyone could have a web presence online without needing a website of their own..
In fact, sites like WordPress and Blogger meant that people could publish web pages without having to learn to code or hiring a web developer. The development of the World Wide Web has facilitated an explosion in the creation of information and it has been said that more written information has been produced in the last twenty years than the rest of human history put together. The internet has also had the effect of making content generation really easy for anyone and it’s no longer just the professionals that are doing it