Archive for November, 2007

Vindication?

9, Nov 2007

At least that is how I see it Andy Sack has posted what he thinks are the two biggest mistakes Judy’s Book made. The first one is one we have battled with too. How far can we push on our users? MySpace was jump-started with spam-emails to a lot of people – but who remembers […]

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So why are there a ton of ‘make money’ blogs by people who are happy to break $1000 a month? Case in point: the 45n5 top 100 – a compilation of the top 100 money making blogs. Just looking at the last few posts on most of those blogs, you can tell it is nothing […]

Finally – we’ve expanded iBegin Source into Canada. The iBegin Blog covers the details of the update. We are likely going to settle on US & Canada for now, though we are definitely still gathering information on other English-speaking countries (UK, Australia, NZ). While I wouldn’t expect anything for a while – don’t think we’re […]

So – one of the sites we run is CSS Top Sites. Sort of a side-thing (consider it an experiment), we have an automated checker that makes sure that sites are using our HTML code properly – 1. That it includes the link back (isn’t just an image) and 2. That it isn’t using CSS […]

So I read that Snap is going to be monetizing their (annoying) website preview pop-up. What caught me eye was the following (emphasis added): Snap.com has over 2,000,000 Web site operators, bloggers and individual Web surfers currently using Snap Shots served via a webpage or browser. The Snap Shots service is used approximately 15 million […]

Interesting – just read about this in the Wall Street Journal – IAC (owners of Citysearch are looking to split the company into 5 separate parts. For those that don’t have a subscription, the five parts will be: IAC – Ask.com, Citysearch, IAC Advertising Solutions, Evite, iWon, My Way, Match.com; CollegeHumor, GarageGames, Gifts.com HSN – […]

We’ve been slaving over this for months – but we finally finished the category work on iBegin Source. I’ll admit (for current and future clients) – we screwed up a bit. While the ‘business listing’ ‘category’ relationship was accurate, the actual category names were slightly off. A common issue was sometimes we had a category […]

And I sold a site …

2, Nov 2007

I thought I would mention it because I’ve mentioned it before (in regards to targeting). Plus it fits in with my latest post. The one thing that burns super-bright in my head – liquidity. Having cash on hand is just plain useful. You could have a deal with massive company X and giant company Y, […]

b Feed Me, Celebrific, Blogging Pro, Forever Geek, and Filmsy are no longer owned by Bloggy Network LLC – they are now part of Splashpress. Check out the press release. I’ve talked about one of our strengths being our diversity – so why sell the blogs? Quite a few reasons: Blog Flux. It “holy shit […]


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