May 17, 2005

RSS Syndicated: Biz Models for RSS

I'm at this conference, RSS Syndicate, at a panel called New Pathways to Profits: Exploring Business Models. Amos Schwartzfarb, of Work.com, Alex Williams of Corante and Paul Forster of Indeed.com are talking with Mark Harmon.

So, Forster just suggested that one business model might be to have a conference blogger doing regular updates, and then charge for those, via RSS.

Say what? How bout that's a value add to make the conference better. And what about all of the rest of us who live blog.. are we competitors in that model?

And Forster just talked about sponsored job results? But not with ads. Is that like sponsored search results? I really love those.

Consumers, markets, monitization. Over and over. Wo.

Okay. As Doc just blogged:

I say.. guys, you're in the matrix. You need to take the red pill, and get off the consumer rant.

Ps. this is freely live blogged for your pleasure. No ads. Just in the moment. Enjoy.

Posted by Mary Hodder at May 17, 2005 07:57 AM | TrackBack
Comments

I remember the good old days when "syndicate" meant "the mob." Oh wait. These are the good old days!

Posted by: fp at May 17, 2005 08:48 AM

One of the blogs that I read, http://www.tuaw.com/ now has google ads in the rss feeds. I think they are an early beta test of this.

Posted by: Christopher Allen at May 19, 2005 10:35 AM