As I build up and scale the backend I’ve also been jotting down my thoughts on gawk.it the business throughout the summer…what follows are a few of those quick thoughts/notes.
Why share this stuff?
Well first, I believe in being as clear and open as possible.
Second, I’m hoping that by sharing these sort of details, those that are interested in the work I’m doing around gawk.it, might also be interested in having an open conversation around the business of it all as well. And these sorts of details and posts can be the spark of those conversations.
So without further ado, here’s some random questions and my current answers around the business of gawk.it:
What is the atomic unit of gawk.it?
what unique value does a single user provide to gawk.it?
searcher single player mode (ie. unique value a single user gets out of gawk.it):
searcher multiplayer mode (ie. how searchers benefit from other searchers using gawk.it):
how do searchers benefit from bloggers using gawk.it?
what unique value does a blogger provide to gawk.it?
blogger single player mode (ie. unique value a blogger gets out of gawk.it):
blogger multiplayer mode (ie. how bloggers benefit from other bloggers using gawk.it):
how do bloggers benefit from searchers using gawk.it?
what value does an advertiser provide to gawk.it?
what value does an advertiser get out of gawk.it?
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Kevin has a day job as CTO of Veritonic and is spending nights & weekends hacking on Share Game Tape. You can also check out some of his open source code on GitHub or connect with him on Twitter @falicon or via email at kevin at falicon.com.
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