Doling out the brutal truth that when you’re only one disgruntled consumer out of many satisfied millions, your money means jack shit to a company’s bottom line.
I rant about Adobe killing Creative Suite for it’s cloud subscription service, how it’s a win-win-win for casuals, professionals and the company itself, and that anyone complaining must be pirating the software to begin with and not admitting it.
In addition, I explore the reasoning behind YouTube’s new paid subscription channels, why there’s way too much content out there for “extras” to succeed, and describe a utopia that no mainstream media company would ever allow to happen.
Plus I explain how the nationwide online sales tax will end up backfiring royally on brick-and-mortar establishments and share the real reason certain folks are outraged over the recent comments made by Abercrombie & Fitch’s CEO.
Links from this episode:
Adobe: 5 Reasons We Killed The Creative Suite
Adobe’s Subscription Model & Why Platform Owners Should Care
Can YouTube succeed with its paid channel subscriptions?
YouTube to advertisers: We’re the new TV, because we’re nothing like TV
Senate passes nationwide online sales tax bill
Abercrombie, Fat Chicks & Polarization in Marketing