Saturday, December 10, 2005

m0ntycast II: Adjutant Revenue

I promised Pete Cashmore I'd blog about this, but I figured I'd save time by m0ntycast about it. Instead of calling my proposed Web 2.0 revenue type "productisation", I decided to rename it as adjutant revenue.

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So what examples can you think of to illustrate the as-yet-fragile concept of adjutant revenue? Or am I full of crap? Or both?

2 Comments:

Anonymous Pete Cashmore said...

Hmmm...well the first thing that comes to mind when you mention FanFooty's model is Blogshares.

I expect you've seen it before - it's a fantasy stock market for blogs, with stock prices based on the "value" of incoming and outgoing links. The Blogshares guys don't need to reprint an entire blog entry - they just need to analyse the links in that entry to create their own data store. They can then reuse that data however they like. That could be relevant to what you're describing here.

8:17 am, December 12, 2005  
Blogger Paul Montgomery said...

Yes, that's very similar Pete. Haloscan might be another one in the adjutant business: they don't host the blog content, but they host comments based on those blogs. However, their revenue sources seem to be a bit lacking (and too traditional).

7:01 pm, December 12, 2005  

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