The Demons of Monetization

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About UX, Monetization, and Passing Page Rank! All this and more…

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00:27 Chris gives you an exercise: Draw your web page from memory – SEO/UX trick.

04:55 Chris talks Monetization of Social Media at PAB

06:15 Ranting about streaming from conferences and the expectations of the
crowd at home that they’ll get access to the same material as paid attendees.

08:46 You only get one shot, train for it.

10:04 What’s your hourly paypack on social media?

14:30 Something useful you can actually DO about Iran – find groups setting
up proxy servers and Tor networks that will encrypt traffic.www.torproject.org

16:58 Jeff asks about inactive domain names.
Is there anything more sophisticated that should be doing with them?

19:21 Veynerchuk and Cass on FIR this Friday LIVE

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20:44 Question of the Week: How did you do on the exercise? Did you remember what your site looks like?

21:18 Upcoming Event Watch: BlogWorld / New Media Expo, Podcamp Boston – Register Now, Inbound Marketing Summit, You already missed Radian 6, but it’s not too late for Future Forward on Thursday where Scott Kirsner and Eric Schwartzman will be.

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4 thoughts on “The Demons of Monetization”

  1. Regarding proxy servers and Tor networks – the problem with these solutions is that you are just as likely to be encrypting traffic for unsavory characters (organized crime, terrorism, child porn) as you are to be helping out those struggling for democracy in Iran. This may not bother some but one should probably be aware of the ramifications.

  2. Regarding proxy servers and Tor networks – the problem with these solutions is that you are just as likely to be encrypting traffic for unsavory characters (organized crime, terrorism, child porn) as you are to be helping out those struggling for democracy in Iran. This may not bother some but one should probably be aware of the ramifications.

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