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August 16, 2005

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Shimon Rura

Business model? Advertising? Do I need a business model for a service that was fun and educational to build and costs practically nothing to run?

Well, maybe if it gets zillions of users, but I'll worry about that problem when I'm so lucky as to face it.

Peter Caputa

It is always tough to charge people after it has been free. So, you've basically chosen your revenue model already. It is advertising. If you should ever need or want an advertising model.

I wouldn't have launched it this way. If it is truly better than ta-da list, I would have charged the same thing.

Anyway, you aren't asking for advice. I am impressed that you've developed it. I am definitely looking forward to checking it out.

Shimon Rura

Pete, I'm never one to turn down unsolicited advice. Please feel free to critique anything public that I do. But in this case, I'm still doubtful there is any desirable model for charging people to use voo2do. It's such a cheap service to run, and cost very little to develop, that on the off chance there will be sufficient demand to make maintaining it actually expensive or difficult, I think I'll be able to leverage some part of that demand to help me pay for stuff. Maybe advertising, maybe paid accounts, maybe just donations. But right now, I can't promise the quality or reliability people expect from a paid service, so that's not really an option.

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