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  • (just as fanfooty site has been very popular and could be expanded too within afl)

    The Consumer Generated AFL Website Opportunity

  • Thats pretty much what Carville and that afl-cio (?) said ...

    Terry McAuliffe: Hillary Can Drink John McCain Under The Table!

  • There is no real consumer generated website or tools available from afl. com.au or any other website, whether it be foxsports. com.au etc.

    The Consumer Generated AFL Website Opportunity

  • There are also many advertisers that can't advertise on afl. com.au and other sites which dont allow multiple advertisers in each category. (as big as finance, banking, fmcg, alcohol etc)

    The Consumer Generated AFL Website Opportunity

  • But its that time of the week again + I'm listening to the afl. com.au audio for Dogs vs Saints and 2nd qtr it's a shootout.

    Weekend Footy - Saints/Dogs Shootout. Dees + Rye.

  • Then there are the "librarian bloggers", "afl bloggers", not to mention media blogs, from Fairfax and News which are getting 8-200 comments per post (and whose traffic is sky rocketing)

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • RSS: Major Aussie sites like ninemsn, sensis, fairfax etc need to make sure they offer all their content as RSS feeds - with the right amount of ontological slice'n'dice eg with afl. com.au you can now subscribe to each clubs news updates through RSS.

    Five Web 2.0 Trends that Haven't Hit Australia in 2006

  • Neitz, TJ, Green, Davey (who kicked - soccer/afl - goal of the year) all did what they needed to.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • After an exhausting set of near allnighters finishing our "other" indalokal prototype site with presentations to stakeholders Thurs-Fri - I was (relaxing) at Demons vs Port Adelaide game today (afl. com.au report) @ the G with my Brother Jezza.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • I reckon 4'n'20 should be the sponsor. (im probably playing out annoyances of opportunities i would have liked developed when i did work on afl. com.au but found it hard to actually close "beyond banner" opportunities - oh well these things take time)

    Archive 2006-05-01

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