When your blog lets you know it’s impressed with your production level, you know you’ve done something that’s both impressive and regrettable.
An exchange at the recent SSP Annual Meeting put the concept of “everyone’s a publisher” into stark contrast with reality. We’re not publishers. We’re unpaid writers for publishers like Facebook, Twitter, and WordPress.
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Blogging platforms have morphed into web site and social media platforms. But now they’re moving into areas even farther afield, like books.
2Collab and Connotea are choking on spam, and they may not have the right scale or architecture to avoid a future defined by it.
We continue to talk about “disruptive innovation” as if it’s a looming threat. But what if it’s already happened? What if it’s too late?
The “Now Web” has emerged as a major alternative for users. Google is watching it, and you should be, too.