Archive for April 2008

Social Networking Advertising – It Will Be Even Harder than we Think

TweetI’ve had a few experiences in the past few weeks that continue to bolster my belief that monetizing social networks and communities will continue to be a lot harder than people think. 1. I posted a question on Twitter about the difference between two different sets of Bose headphones and got a lot of information […]

Why the Google Apps and Salesforce Integration Doesn’t Solve My Problem

TweetI was re-reading the announcement about how Google Apps and Salesforce will be working together more closely to make Google Apps and Salesforce work together more closely. As someone who has used a number of CRM products over the years, I welcome this announcement. I continue to believe one of the big things that hampers […]

Reactions to Fred Wilson’s Post on Liquidity – We Have a Price Gap

TweetI enjoyed reading Fred Wilson’s post on how the VC market needs more liquidity options for consumer Internet companies. As much as I enjoyed the post, I really enjoyed the comments even more. I applaud Fred for taking a different view and being honest about what a lot of venture investors must be thinking privately. […]

Social Gaming Summit – June 13th, San Francisco, CA

TweetI’m way behind on blogging and here’s why: I wanted to give you a heads up on an exciting event coming up in June. I’m working with Jeremy Liew from Lightspeed and David Sachs to organize a one day conference on social gaming in San Francisco and I hope you can make it out for […]