Show me the money! Recorded on my cell phone, I talk about how Technorati has become irrelevant, how much money the average blogger makes their blog, opening unsolicited emails and finally naming and shaming companies which use human spammers. Links Blogging is x3 times bigger than porn. My ass! How much money do you earn … Continue reading O’Flaherty Episode #21 – Show me the money!
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Everybody’s talking – right?
An IM conversation with Sara from Suburban Oblivion about the new Microsoft ad campaign with Seinfeld and Bill Gates. The conversation says it all really! [15:50:12] Paul O'Flaherty says: 🙂 [15:53:21] Paul O'Flaherty says: Did you see this yet? [15:53:21] Paul O'Flaherty says: http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/windows/default.aspx [15:54:31] Sara says: the ads? no [15:54:43] Paul O'Flaherty says: Don't … Continue reading Everybody’s talking – right?
Does Victoria’s Secret Need To Change It’s (Business) Model?
I always get a guilty little pleasure out of seeing a company loosing money because they've lost track of what their customer base is and how to reach out of them. A recent example of this is Victoria's Secret (yes the lingerie company, who's catalogue is a guilty little pleasure for many a man ) … Continue reading Does Victoria’s Secret Need To Change It’s (Business) Model?
Full Or Partial? Sara Feeds The Debate…
A little over a year ago I posted about how I felt that partial feeds are like foreplay without sex. Damn frustrating! Sara from Suburban Oblivion has reopened that can of worms again and is getting some great feedback in her comments with the vast majority of folks preferring full feeds. I’ve gone back and … Continue reading Full Or Partial? Sara Feeds The Debate…
Blogging To Infamy
You may have noticed some of the negative blog posts which have been floating around the web today with regards to Blogging to Fame, a project run by Indian blogger Divya Uttam! It all came to my attention when Antman from Cre8buzz messaged me this morning asking for my opinion on his post "A scam … Continue reading Blogging To Infamy