I was given advice to narrow down the scope of my blog, but I’ve been unable to comply. I’m going to take a more personal approach to blogging from this point onwards.
Zoo.com, the search engine for kids, suffers from two flaws: deviously-placed sponsored ads and search results that do not play into a kid-friendly atmosphere. Perhaps it would be better if we made a social kids network.
Are people avoiding big brands for any particular reason? Is it disloyalty to the dominant brand? Or are they convinced that “anything is better” than the leader? How do brands reconcile with these differences?
This new blog didn’t get into ReviewMe, but I have written my review nonetheless, pointing out a few flaws in the system that should be explored.
Universal assumes that everyone is going to download its music and therefore should be entitled to Zune profits (and iPods too). I know people who use such players solely as an educational tool and Universal doesn’t deserve a share.