Ok, so after reading my comment response to Sheila L.’s comment on my post about thesixtyone.com, I realized I kinda sounded mean, without truly understanding where the lovers of the old thesixtyone were coming from. So this afternoon I decided to turn on the old.thesixtyone.com.
Even after using it for maybe 20 minutes – I see why a lot of people are upset at the change. It’s WAAAAAAY easier to understand as far as user interface goes. Everything is clearly labeled. The problem is, of course, even the band pages don’t display the same “awe-power” of all the photo’s and Continue reading “The Old Sixty One .com Indie Music Site Reviewed”
It’s funny how much most people hate them and avoid their use, and yet they seem to be grounded on apparent truth. For example:
There’s no such thing as bad PR.
If you take a look at results for a Google Maps search I did recently for New York Movers, stop at the 4th listing down – for FlatRate Movers – you’ll notice they have an average rating of 4 out of 5 stars. Not too shabby.
But as you look closer you’ll notice:
WORST, MOST DISHONEST MOVERS IN HISTORY.
with the term MOVERS bolded because it’s relevant to the search.
Google doesn’t care what that reviewer is saying about FlatRate, even if it’s true. All the Goog cares about is that Continue reading “A Good Bad Google Maps Review?”