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Hey Performancing, what's your exit strategy?

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December 01, 2005

Hey Performancing, what's your exit strategy?

Stephen Baker

What a fool I was. Yesterday I chided Peter Brady at Performancing for suggesting that bloggers should develop business plans and exit strategies. And it never occurred to me to turn the question around, and ask him about the strategy at Performancing, a new group blog "written by professional bloggers, for professional bloggers."

So, Peter, what's your business plan at Performancing? Is it based on ads or a subscription model? Do you hope to build it into a collection of professional blogs in different domains? Do you have schedules on how often each of you posts? I've seen prominent ads for your blog on Technorati. Are those bringing in a lot of traffic? How much do you value each visitor? Do you pay Technorati per click? If so, how much? Finally, what's your exit strategy?

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Hey Stephen, if you want to send me an email i'll fill you in as best i can - we're not quite ready to reveal our plan for world domination, but im sure i can shed just a little light..

Posted by: Nick Wilson at December 1, 2005 04:09 AM

Heh nice one Stephen :-) the why plan is always a great way of turning a debate on its head. You weren't trained as an attorney by any chance? :-)

I think you're a long long way from being a fool. That's why I find your blogging some of the best and most insightful out there.

Posted by: Peter Brady at December 1, 2005 05:03 AM

Suffice to say that it's a good one :) Damned near inspired actually.

Posted by: Jeremy Wright at December 1, 2005 03:38 PM

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