People call me The Community Guy
The next step in the Ant’s Eye View journey
One hell of a ride. That’s the only way I can describe the last 6 years. It was about that long ago that I decided it was time for me to leave LEGO and strike out on my own. It was one of the hardest, and one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. LEGO […]
The YouTube complaints department
While I’m in the mood for sharing hilarious movies about online commenting, this is pretty awesome.
The problem with customer driven reviews
This would be hilarious if it wasn’t so sad. How is a customer supposed to use these two reviews to make a purchase decision? How are you thinking about making reviews more useful to your customers? (Click to zoom in)
ze Frank gets it right
Hilarious, and surprisingly spot on look at foolish comments/trolls/online aggression.
7 ways to support an emotional bond to a product
(This post was originally posted on my photoblog: Look at the world with me) Humans do something really odd; we form emotional bonds with physical objects. The coffee mug we use every morning gives us a sense of comfort as we start our days. That t-shirt from the Pearl Jam concert 20 years ago makes […]
A real-life Groupon business story
by Jake McKee on 31 Aug, 2011 - Comments Off on A real-life Groupon business story
Our office neighbors, Paloma, recently went through the Groupon experience to promote their spa business. I asked one of the owners, Levi Dugat, to answer a few questions about their experience, and he was nice enough to oblige. How would you rate your Groupon experience overall? We were perfectly pleased with our experience and honestly […]