|Date:||Sun, 15 Oct 2006 12:40:21 -0000|
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Imagine if he didn't sell CNN, but rather turned it into a non-profit and gave all the profits to the UN every year.
It's unique in the media landscape, and as someone who's fallen in love with it and helped it grow, I feel the need to defend it from the forces of evil.
" They are dancing on the line with thier "in whatever way they are comfortable with and that is appropriate for their blog's audience. By doing this the folks at the table who are good players started to get very confused while reading into my strategy. You guys have taken the low road and you are falling back on the very lame excuse of "market forces" to determine your ethics.
How is that deceptive? What PayPerPost does is enable folks to get paid for doing COVERT marketing. " I'm sure many folks have had this idea before, and I gotta think that someone has already done this.
Could PayPerPost work as AuthenticPost? Google forces advertisers to carry the "Ads by Google" line for a reason. You have to pay to see my cards. Now, I think most marketers will laugh them right out of town, but if no one speaks up and Tim's voting for this service with his very large checkbook then these guys might get some traction.
Google forces advertisers to carry the "Ads by Google" line for a reason. So, the gap is closing between buyers and sellers in my mind. the list goes on and on.
So, the gap is closing between buyers and sellers in my mind. the rollout of the complete API will happen over the coming months with the feedback of our members. We ban advertisers who do bad things-not enable and profit from them like PayPerPost does.
Folks come up and sit at the table in the hopes of winning.
however, I know exactly how to do it. PayPerPost on the other hand creates the marketplace that allows people to get paid for DECEIVING their audience. I really don't have the time to sell the ads, so that value was going to just go away.
Will their system work with transparency?
Is this about attention? We built the blogosphere as a place for people to share their thoughts honestly and transparently. however, I know exactly how to do it. People stop creating multiple accounts, they stop breaking the middleman rule, and they start acting like good citizens.
We've seen folks do this in the market already. Not sure if that's better or not, but it is interesting to think about for sure. We don't sell ads to losers like this.
You guys have taken the low road and you are falling back on the very lame excuse of "market forces" to determine your ethics.
Advertisers like Apple, Microsoft, etc.
anyway, it's all entrepreneurial poker. You have to stop cancer quickly or it spreads.
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