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Not a bad idea, and one that people have been doing since feedback began.
The big problem is how would you manage the bombardment of negativity and convert it into useful information to develop your minimally viable product or service?
Twelve-sided dice with a la Dungeons and Dragons is probably a better idea than leaving your destiny up to the majority, which is itself largely made up of morons.
CharlieDogs- Have you been on any number of microjob sites like fiverr or some of the lower grade outsourcing desks out there? The sweatshop idea is real. There is no way in the world I would pay for a pay-per-click ad campaign on Facebook. The Facebook revenue model is floored for any number of reasons, and you wouldn't be paranoid for considering it was a con. I would pull out of a paid ad campaign which brings you 'likes' altogether today. You're better off spending your money in a casino in Vegas, at least you've got more chances of a return.
Good one Shel! I've been arguing that MS Outlook has been driving people bonkers for a while. Microsoft is addressing this issue with some new products, as you say, to aggregate. I only just started aggregating my own sources after 15 years at least - and only now do I realise just how much I've been missing out on.
Mark - it's called Amerikids Express. You heard it here.
Nice one Andy. The focal point is something recruiters are talking about as well, not only for your blue-chip, billion dollar company but for candidates or individuals like me who want to get attention for a specific purpose. I wonder what the challenge would be for somebody having a career-change? Their whole digital footprint would be mismatched. It would be a challenged re-writing the encyclopedia of the universe to rebrand a human's life.
I think you were very specific and a very good writer.Thanks for helping me define certain things in my own mind. I am confused however about why a Ninja is not an expert? Also I'd like to understand how "Link Spraying" as one of the biggest Human Bandwidth wasters is being addressed as a problem, generally.