I Gotta Go

Posted on January 30, 2008
Filed Under Commercial Interruptions |

Due to a combination of business, the Super Bowl, Mardi Gras, family and women, The Drama 2.0 Show will be broadcasting on an abbreviated schedule over the next week and a half.

Thanks to the fantastic typing skills of my sexretary, I will still manage to dictate wonderful posts that will continue to be broadcast daily at during the week, so be sure to tune in there.

I’ll be back before you know it.

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2 Responses to “I Gotta Go”

  1. Debbie Davies on January 31st, 2008 8:37 am

    On Etsy, is it really a place to buy and sell handmade goods? 30% of sales are supplies according to stats on the unofficial site Etsytools. Is it really altruistic? Sites like Etsytools which try to give sellers useful stats report XML feeds disabled. You say you love it, have you ever bought anything? Maybe it gets attention because it provides free content, the way Flickr does, for all those content producers looking for pretty pics and something to write about, but not to actually buy. In which case, it isn’t a business. And for anyone who does make great handmade goods, why give up your independence and pay Etsy to sell them? Why not just put them up on your own site and have people find you through search?

  2. antje wilsch on January 31st, 2008 1:38 pm

    Debbie, because many many many of the sellers have no time, wherewithall or inclination to set up & manage their own site (with a shopping cart), pay for search engine marketing & optimization, and want to be with other sellers. There is truth in the “auto-row” (why you tend to see all car dealerships grouped together - one of them usually walks away with the sale). But mostly it’s about one common place to find like goods but even more importantly about making it easy for the sellers.

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