First, thank you for stopping by my blog. I hope it is as useful to you as it is to me. I use it daily for a personal reference as well as a place to refer colleagues and clients, which is why it is essentially a network of useful facts and (perhaps more importantly) references. … Read More »
Google has a multi-sided platform business model where it provides: Its popular Web sites, including its search engine to consumers The ability to bid on keywords via AdWords, resulting and display related advertisements The ability to host advertisements on non-Google Web sites, such as a blog page. Google subsidizes its Search, Web site and AdSense… Read More »
Lulu.com is interesting to me for two reasons. First, bloggers can select content from their blog and publish it. I dream of having time to do this! Maybe after I retire… Secondly, Lulu.com is an example of the Long Tail business model. Mass customization. Sell less of more.
This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series This is getting SeriesThis series is where I get serious about disclosing my wisdom on setting up a blogging site. I think that for sites like mine (see part 1 of this series) there will be a lot of blog entries that get complicated (see… Read More »
This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series This is getting SeriesThis series is where I get serious about disclosing my wisdom about setting up a blog site. I am not going to create a decision tree that helps everyone decide everything, but if you are similar to me then this series should… Read More »
Sometimes I make things more complicated than they need to be. Blogging is beginning to be one of those things. In the beginning I was just looking to store my reading notes in the cloud so that I could access them across devices. Then, I thought that maybe I could generate some synergy by combining… Read More »
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