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Re: Blogging 2.0 and Advertising

Fri, 30 May 2008 03:25:26 -0000

A little OT: what about affiliations?
For example I guess if Scoble adds a product from amazon on friendfeed it should drive them good traffic ...
Currently only Amazon earns here...

PS
Sorry Robert for using you name here... :)




Re: Blogging 2.0 and Advertising

Wed, 28 May 2008 19:44:08 -0000

I think there still needs to be a major conceptual revolution in online advertising. The EPC model is really holding back the development and evolution of blogging and new media in general.




Re: Blogging 2.0 and Advertising

Sun, 25 May 2008 17:20:56 -0000

Interesting to note with the Twitter downtime some bloggers are now talking about how much they would pay to have 100% uptime: http://venturebeat.com/2008...




Re: Blogging 2.0 and Advertising

Sun, 25 May 2008 17:02:30 -0000

I'm really glad you are continuing this meme of blogging 2.0. I think you have some great insights into it (and convinced me to embrace Disqus). However you've lost me on doing revenue shares with content creators. I use Twitter, FriendFeed, Disqus, YouTube etc because they are a great service and fulfil a need. Paying people to use services like that would seem bizarre. Generally companies that have offered to pay their users to use their product have and inferior product (Live Search Cashback?!) and fail (e.g. Revver). Sure some Cit J have offered revenue share but none of them really have had much success, apart from Newsvine which was bought for an undisclosed amount. The problem I've always thought is if you are doing it for the cash you could almost certainly make more blogging and not having to share with the platform.




Re: Blogging 2.0 and Advertising

Sat, 24 May 2008 23:40:42 -0000

Whenever I explain Twitter, Disqus, Friendfeed, et al to clients or corporate people, the first question is: "yeah, but how do they make money?" I think we all want to know how you monetize your content if you are no longer in control of the distribution.