I just checked out Guy Kawasaki’s new venture, Truemors.com.
. . . a web site that enables you to “tell the world”—within the bounds of good taste and the law anyway. You can post your rumors, news, and sightings, and anyone with web access can read and rate them within minutes. We wish to acknowledge the pioneering and inspiring work of Twitter, BoredAt, Digg, PostSecret, PopSugar, and HotOrNot in this field.
Gossip isn’t my thing but I suspect it has legs.…
Yahoo! is on a mission, and it has everything to do with the G-word. No, I don’t mean Google.
Their mission: Promote social responsibility through social media.
The G-word, of course, is “green” (as in money, trees, or any combination thereof).
This week, Yahoo! announced its “eco guilt-trip,” as Mashable‘s Pete Cashmore calls it. Cashmore explains the move, saying they’re:
. . . launching a campaign called Be a Better Planet, which aims to find the greenest city in America (geographers take note…America is now…
Worth exploring; Andy Beal comments on “The Next Hot Marketing Ploy…“
Phillip Winn authors an interesting article called Digg, Reddit, Netscape: The Wisdom of Crowds or Mob Rule? He asks:
There are problems with the current wave of user-driven sites, like Reddit, Digg, and Netscape, but are the problems inherent to the model, or can software tweaks fix them? Are there even really problems?
…Is there a way to harness the wisdom of crowds without falling into the trap of mob rule? A way to avoid the Peter Principle? A way to keep social…
Ars Technica has the scoop:
Amazon dropped the bomb today by announcing its DRM-free music store. The previously-rumored store will be launched sometime ‘later this year’ and offer unprotected MP3 files for purchase. The Amazon music store, which does not appear to have a name yet, will offer ‘millions’ of songs from over 12,000 record labels.
My music/tech-obsessed friends and I have…
TechCrunch‘s Michael Arrington just wrote about a service I can’t wait to try. With Bringo, you don’t have to deal with customer service robots, the digital gatekeepers of your favorite corporate phone trees.
Talk about a solid Unique Value Proposition:
Stop Talking to Machines and Talk to a Real Human. Tired of dialing 1-800 numbers and not being able to get through to a human who can help you? BRINGO cuts through all of that so you don’t have to. That’s right, BRINGO…
I don’t mean to discourage you but, rather, to help you understand that as long as you aren’t converting 100% of your visitors, there’s room for ongoing improvement and room to make more money or generate more leads.
No one has a perfect sales process online that is mapped out to every individual, idiosyncratic buying process of every potential customer. You can’t just fix…
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