Luminary, who recently made a big splash in the podcasting space by announcing their paywalled podcast network, doesn’t want to be the Netflix of podcasting. They want to be HBO. Netflix got its start with other people’s content, not their own. Luminary is boasting about all the original content they’re producing. But what they’re really after is trying to silo content and trap users into paying monthly for it.
Is Groupon’s IPO the start of the latest dot.com bubble? At the moment, it’s costing them $1.43 to make $1, and it doesn’t look like it’s getting any cheaper. They’re already projected to make close to three billion dollars in revenues this year. If you can’t figure out how to make money on three billion […]
I think that between the video shown below, the corresponding blog post about said video and his interview with Dan Benjamin on The Pipeline, I’ve learned more about client services from Mike Monteiro this year than any other book, blog or person. He’s not for the faint of heart, but he knows of what he […]