The Web 1.0 solution for Web 2.0 startups

Posted on January 24, 2018 By newswala Topic: Web Services, Web20, Money, Businessmodel

Startups like Daily Candy (shopping choices lists) and Dogster (social networking sites for Dog lovers) are making money from selling higher CPM rates on newsletters. Dogster charges $20-$40 CPM rates for its newsletters, better than even the New York Times. Daily Candy was later sold for $125 million. Question: What ad-supported newsletters can Facebook push to its users? Web 2.0 was never so un web 2.0, huh? Link: http://www.businessweek.com/print/technology/content/feb2009/tc20090224_035701.htm

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