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Friday, July 15, 2005
James Governor writes on Tomayko's law of net success - "To provide value on the internet, you must piss someone off". James adds, We thrive on conflict.And if you aren't then you just aren't making your customers or community happy enough. Focus on making users happy and the competition may have to do so as well. Chances are, they hate that.. Ryan's rule not only applies to the Interweb though. His formulation echoes, William Randolph Hearst characterisation of news :"News is something somebody doesn't want printed; all else is advertising". With this approach,the competion goes on the offensive and will tend to mobilise those than believe in what you're doing already and this would help create passionate users. It may also be that Ryan's law only really applies to the underdog. When the overdog pisses people off that is usually not a sign of value, so much as complacency.
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