A Review of World Wide Dream Builders Or WWDB

The World Wide Dream Builders or WWDB website was originally registered in December 1997.

The domain contacts are in care of Network Solutions so this domain appears to be privately registered. This company is run by WorldWide Group, LLC. The owners of this outfit were originally Ron and Georgia Lee Puryear. However ownership is now in the hands of other Amway Diamonds. This site operates in the United States and Korea.

World Wide Dream Builders or WWDB is ran by a Board of Directors. The structure of the management team for this organization is Ron Puryear and the top 20 Amway Executive Diamonds who manage and make business decisions. Every one of these top 20 men are either Executive Diamonds or are a Qualified Diamond with an extra Diamond Leg.

The World Wide Dream Builders or WWDB have different divisions that oversee the day to day operations. The main services they provide vary. The provide Professional Development Programs to Amway Global, formerly Quixtar IBO’s. The also provide eSolutions which are involved in developing software and web based services that keep IBO’s technology current. They have the Diamond Publications service which distributes self improvement books and related materials.

World Wide Dream Builders or WWDB also has an Executive Planners division which is involved in Tax and Bookkeeping services to IBO’s. Their Diamond Convention division oversees the major events and coordinates all of the details regarding these large events. Their CommuniKate Division is like their phone room. This is where phone calls, voicemail and things of this nature are conducted.

I read on another MLM Blog that one of the management team for WWWD Brad Wolgamaott, Double Diamond with Amway Global wasn’t showing up on their website recently but his wife Leslie still has her picture posted. Rumor has it that Brad and his wife may be having issues. Another verified report I read this year is that Quixtar teams qualified diamonds are down a few since last year. However these Diamond Teams still make collectively over a billion dollars of sales each year which is nothing to sneeze at.

Amway Global which is the main company being promoted by World Wide Dream Builders or WWDB has what they call a Stairstep Breakaway Plan. This type of MLM Compensation Plan tends to be highly weighted toward back end commissions. This means good sponsors tend to do much better than product pushers. So the mid and high level sponsors tend to do real well where the fresh fish tend to struggle more.

All in all, when making it in any MLM it’s not about the product its about the person and their love for the product. If they are passionate about the product and make a conscious effort to go out and learn the MLM Recruiting skills necessary for them to succeed, they will do it and make whatever income they want.

And no, Amway is no more saturated than McDonald’s is which proves their is room for growth in any Network Marketing Organization. However 90% of Network Marketers forget it’s Network Marketing, not NOTwork Marketing. The new people Jeff and myself have seen sporting this concept in the ads we don’t see anywhere anymore. I wonder why?

Tech Gadgets – Our World of Technology

Ever wondered how the world would be without technology? Without the state of the art transportation, futuristic computers and high-tech mobile phones, our world would just seem like a barren desert. Technology plays an important role in modernization, also in enhancing and helping us to stay in a safer and more comfortable environment. In view of this, there are various gadgets out there that practically make life easier to go through especially if you’re someone who believes that technology is essential in one’s life.

Some of the most innovative ideas that have contributed to various tech gadgets have been a must have for some individuals, especially for the younger generation and one such example would be Wi-Fi and touch screen enabled mobile phones. Information has been vital in today’s society, where information is what runs the world today in terms of economy and also modernization. In view of this, mobile phones with internet capabilities on the go have brought upon a whole new dimension in obtaining information where one has access to the World Wide Web at the tip of his fingers. Besides that, touch screen enabled mobile phones have taken over the world by storm replacing the traditional keypad system and making mobile phones seem like a fashion accessory nowadays. These gadgets have intrigued and brought up the interest of individuals of all ages especially with the likes of Apple and Nokia which have revolutionized the industry.

Besides that, the gaming world has also been on the verge of a major facelift, where gaming consoles today have provided the gamer to be a part of the gaming world without the need of joysticks and other handheld control systems. These tech gadgets not only allow the user to use the motion of his body to control what he does in the game but it also provides them the opportunity to exercise at the same time. Games that involve athletics and tennis on these consoles have made a whole new experience for gaming and at the same time promote a healthy lifestyle for those who do not wish to go outdoors.

Life has been a joy to go through and in conclusion, with these gadgets available, it would certainly be a wonder to experience them. Technology has revolutionized the environment around us and provided the opportunity to make the world a better place to live in.

Future of the World Wide Web

How The World Wide Web Was Born:

While working at CERN as a software engineer in 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. CERN is a large particle physics laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland where many scientists participate in experiments around the world. These scientists were eager to exchange data and results but were having difficulties doing so due to the distance. Berners-Lee describes the creation of the world wide web a an act of desperation. Most of the technology that is involved in the world wide web was already present, such as hypertext and the internet. Berners-Lee just linked them together into a lager imaginary documentation system-a web. He combined hypertext with the internet and connected that with the Transmission Control Protocol and domain name system; thus giving birth to to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).

The first ever website was about the WWW project itself. The 1993 copy of the original still exists at its original address. The site was set up so visitors could learn about the web and access details for creating their own web pages. Despite some small changes, the three fundamental technologies remain the foundation’s of today’s web: HTML, URI, and HTTP. These acronyms changed the way the entire world operates and communicates.

What This Means For Today:

So, what’s the guy who changed the world (and was Knighted for it) doing these days? Besides talking a lot in front of eager nerds and running the World Wide Web Foundation, he’s working on some new developments to continue to revolutionize his already revolutionary idea.

Firstly let me say this: the things that happen with the web has far surpassed anyone’s expectations at its inception. The original website was built to exemplify a way to send information in document form. What we do here at Logic and what other web developers do (though let’s face it, not as well) is manipulate files in the web to look great and do cool stuff. What Berners-Lee is doing now is getting web designers and developers to not get lost in the design and forget about the importance of raw data. The term he is using as the future of the world wide web is “Linked Data.” The best and probably simplest example of this (IMHO) is Wikipedia. When you go to a Wiki page, there’s invariably boxes on the sides that has pulled data from the entry and will link to other descriptive information from the original data. The benefit of this is that a person can then explore other useful information and hopefully bring them to a better understanding of the original search.

The power of linked data goes way beyond the random “What the heck is that? Let’s Google it… ” that we experience daily. In Berners-Lee’s TED Talk on Linked Data, he uses the example of government data being put on the web for everyone to view. Should these documents be linked, it enhances our relationship to it. We can then explore the information as it relates to our lives in business, school, etc. Programs such as “dbpedia” are being developed in order extract the arbitrary (linked) data and link it to other data and so on. Some questions that we may have for Google are far more complex. When utilizing linked data on our sites it creates a broader relationship than the typical hyperlink and makes the information extracted by Google (Bing, Yahoo, etc…) more relevant.

Basically, the guy who invented the world wide web wants us to do our part to create an incredible resource of data. The framework exists in his development of the web but now we are challenged to take it a step further by creating a more personal relationship to the data. He’s the genius, I say we listen to him.