It’s so easy to sign up to hosted web solutions. Within a few minutes you can have your own blog, community, ecommerce shop, etc…but it can be so ‘dangerous’ too. ‘Dangerous’in the sense that you have no control how the business that runs the software will perform in the future and what decisions they decide
I hate climbing walls. It’s my pet hate. “Hey you. Yes you. We have this free digital thing. It’s worth lots of money, but we are giving it away for free. Just go here to get it now.” They don’t tell you that it involves filling in a form that involves telling them your life
We are learn from mistakes, right? Best learn from other people’s ones then 🙂 I briefly wrote about the Virgin Money Giving website and communiity/forum and how launching a forum with no content was a really bad idea. That was back in August. It’s now December and a quick look shows that it hasn’t changed.
In 2007 just 44% of young people achieved what the govenment considers to be the baseline: five GCSE passes including English and maths…school is dramatically failing, event at this most basic of tasks. Any manufacturer who consistently produced over 50% of rejects would not stay in business for long – source What’s the Point of