Tag Archives: domains

Natural Language Domain Names are the Only Platforms Freelancers + Other Providers Need

Over the last decade, the Social Media industry birthed many groups to serve content providers. The birth of the social media industry resulted in many realize that the audience gave way to participants. Nearly everyone is now creating sharing, chatting, rating and ranking alongside the mainstream media. Just as we saw in the social media […] Continue reading

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Must Read Dot Com

To me, just one question matters when it comes to a publication and whether it has a chance of long term success: Is it a must read? http://battellemedia.com/archives/2014/12/media-must-succeed.php This relationship (the “must read” obligation) is also the way many people feel about the “Dot Com” top level domain. I agree that for commercial activity (i.e., […] Continue reading

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AWESOME: “it comes down to owning your own domain”

One reason I don’t post on LinkedIn that often is my habit of writing here: there are very few times I come up with an idea that doesn’t feel like it belongs on my own site. And by the time I’ve posted it here, it seems like overkill to go ahead and repost it over […] Continue reading

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How the Wisdom of the Crowds Manifests Itself in Language and on the World-Wide Web

I had an “AHA!” insight this morning and feel like running it past you here. Let me start off by backtracking to the print era, in order to bring forth an example that will provide a basis for how this works online (on the world-wide web). Here’s an excerpt from the entry for “Language” in […] Continue reading

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