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The main post is one of a collection of 10 posts that explore the value of Lists or more specifically the value of Listly. These post are being released one per working day between Monday the 19th of March and Friday 27th March 2012
A collection of blog posts exploring and crowd-sourcing the value of social lists. I will release one post per working day The post are being released one per working day between Monday the 19th of March and Friday 27th March 2012
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Introduction post to a series of posts exploring the value of social lists
Old Model: Information Hierarchy : Publisher > Content > Consumer
New Model: Information Network : Community forms around Content
Old Thinking: We (the publisher) knows best
New Thinking: We (the collective) knows better – Wisdom of Crowds
Old Model: Lists / Collections are Static / Fixed / Dormant / Linear
New Model: Lists / Collections are Interactive and Evolving
Old Thinking: Lists / Collections are simply “text”
New Thinking: Interactive & Participation are the New Normal!
Old Model: Lists are a Feature (Proprietary)
New Model: Lists are a Product or a Market (Open / Ubiquitous)
Old Thinking: Lists exist inside Applications and within Blog Posts
New Thinking: Lists traverse applications. Lists unify. Lists are reusable
Old Model: List Metrics = Post Metrics – Lists are Part of a Post
New Model: Lists reach beyond the post – Lists can be embedded in multiple posts
Old Thinking: Lists are Content – Content is complete when published
New Thinking: Lists are a tool – A tool to spread your message and evolve your content.
Old Model: The Lone Expert – The Journalist/ The Blogger
New Model: Many Eager Contributors – Co-Creations meets Co-Curation
Old Thinking: We know everything. Here it is. More next week.
New Thinking: Here’s my initial thoughts, can you help?
Old Model: Write once. Publish. Move on. Reader is the consumer
New Model: Writing Never Ends. Reading is Never Alone. It’s a continuum
Old Model: Monolog – Spectators / Consumers
New Model: Dialog – Participation & Contribution
Old Thinking: Lists are born perfect. No need to listen. No Feedback Required
New Thinking: Lists are a way to engage your audience.
Old Model: Creation
New Model: Creation AND Curation
Old Thinking: Start from Nothing – Ex Nihilo
New Thinking: Start from Something – Mashup Models – ReInvent/Copy/ReCombine
Old Model: We crave “more” and “new” content. We need new contain to sustain our traffic.
New Model: We can get more from less content by keeping our content alive
Old Thinking: Publish, Spike and flatline
New Thinking: Publish and grow SEO ranking and traffic as your content evolves