Visit the online world of the effective and the winners. I'm imagining someone saying, Often it seems that during 2020 AD our custom intenet feeds and playlists, and the suggestions software makes for us puts us in a slightly boring groove, some people call it a rut.
That software guidance is
actually there to make our personal well worn groove, some people call it a bubble, exciting, fun, and informative, but sometimes it seems stale.
Now you can find out what the autosuggest groove, "bubble", of the people who are doing best in life, who live the life you would like to lead, see at their internet bubbles.
Would you like to see the advertising that Taylor Swift, Elon Musk, and Mr. Koch the billionaire see when they surf the web? Would you like to view the people who liked this also liked items at amazon for people like interior designers and people who are better than you at your job?
Perhaps you would like to try the bubble of the people who are measured as being among the happiest people on earth who are doing a good job raising their children?
You can spend all your time immersed in the internet bubble of a person with a much better life, and, consequently be informed of better living opportunities for your own life. Call that the the MentorBubble
I am imagining a person saying, "At Quora, we have over 300 profiles with much more interesting questions than you get. Come visit MentorQuora now to think along the lines of people you think are lively, sucessful, kind, and ethical.
Also try MentorSearch, MentorAmazon, MentorBing, MentorYoutube, MentorYahoo, and MentorFacebook. Also, Weve got stuff kids and teens like too, to get out of their bubble, like MentorTikTok, MentorInstagram, MentorTwitter and of course we have MentorPorn.
There are different approaches to making BubbleMentor spaces. One is that places like Amazon, youtube, facebook, and others could simply like the idea and set up some browse as accounts.
Another possibility is that successful people could be asked, using a disposable password, to just exist online, and share their password. There could be a broswer setting browse as guest and, a browser add-on to XML-ish describe a previous at-site MentorQuality browsing and keypress/imageclick history. The xml tells youtube your Mentor 1000-10,000 video history, then youtube makes a custom Mentor bubble for the visitor.
There is an inducement to getting it to work. companies could make MentorAccounts that only function when advertising was turned on, that is the people visiting/utilizing Taylor Swifts bubble would actually see Taylor Swift-directed advertising, what she herself would be seeing.
This could make up for people using adblocker software. The internet says, 45% of people 15-25 use adblocker; 42% [adblocker]; 25.8% [use] adblocker]. So approximately half the teen/college internet could be voluntarily viewing out-of-their-range ads in a MentorBubble environment.
If MentorBubbles are popular, 2 of 4 billion internet users could be voluntarily induced to watch actual, but misdirected and high-miss advertising while they freshened their outlook and personal opportunities using MentorBubbles.
Two Billion internet users voluntarily viewing ads seems like a huge financial incentive to making checking out the internet as someone else legitimate, popular, and I believe, often growthful and mentoring.