- Mar 1, 2004
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Interesting post Mike. I enjoyed reading this view on aeiou, etc minisites. Not exactly sure if you are using this long controversial post to stimulate business to your mass dev service or really just informing the public on the negative aspects of aeiou, etc. I have had questions about the same quality of these types of sites. There had to be someone to capitalize on the minisite craze going on in this industry and Latona saw the opportunity and jumped on it. Of course as you pointed out his expertise probably is not in development. Considering this it is likely that he is unaware of all of the potential problems and quirks in his minisites. Does the blame fall on him for being ignorant? or on his dev team for being lazy? or both?
I am not a seo or dev expert myself so I won't be arguing whether all of the points raised in this article are valid, etc.. but I will be reading this thread closely.
Not sure what all the beef is btw Acro and OP but I have come to respect his domaining insight and I know lots of members around here do to so perhaps staying civil is a good idea. :thumb:
i dont know what he will say or wont say, but probly...rick's response will be "i wasnt aware of this...blah blah"
iv been member of some private domain boards and so was rick, he never really participated in any discussions but when he had a product or service to promote he found the time... he sure is a good salesmen, we all know that already
when u have multiple companies and other people managing stuff for you, it is easy to avoid taking the blame, but at the end of the day it is all on YOU whether you like it or not
the MANAGERs or EXECS and whoever are an extension of YOU
i have a small group of full time "team members" and few contractors who i use regularly... if they do something wrong, i always take full responsibility
So what exactly he said ?
good investment for you...
and everybody else who does business online or surfs around the web all day long