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There is an inverse relationship between level of anonymity and quality of conversation - (37signals)

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There is an inverse relationship between level of anonymity and quality of conversation - (37signals)

There is an inverse relationship between level of anonymity and quality of conversation

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37signals Answers (recently launched) is our first new app built with 37signals ID integration. That means everyone involved is using real names and avatars. And wow, what a difference it makes. Trading anonymity for accountability has led to radically improved conversations. I’d point to a specific example but it’s more...
There is an inverse relationship between level of anonymity and quality of conversation

A/B Testing From Search To Conversion

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As I mentioned in a previous post, search marketers should work on finding the middle ground between a high CTR (appealing ads) and a high conversion rate (qualified traffic). This process is trickier than it seems because of the inverse relationship between those two metrics. In this article, I’ll... Please...
A/B Testing From Search To Conversion

Facebook: What happens to active users when jobs come back?

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There may be an inverse relationship between jobs and Facebook growth. In other words, more jobs may mean less Facebook time....
Facebook: What happens to active users when jobs come back?

Why Do VCs Still Love Social Media?

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Illustration by David Schwen Social network users aren't there to buy stuff. They're there to communicate with others. We use the phrase social media, but they're really communication services, not media properties. I remember meeting Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley four or five years ago and thinking, This guy is in...
Why Do VCs Still Love Social Media?

There is an inverse relationship between level of anonymity and quality of conversation – 37signals http://goo.gl/fb/DoSr

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There is an inverse relationship between level of anonymity and quality of conversation – 37signals http://goo.gl/fb/DoSr

From these pre-order figures it seems there's an inverse relationship between how disappointing an iPhone is and how well it sells. Do you think that points to the small, vocal tech crowd being out of touch with everyone else?

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I actually think it points to a tech press that is largely bored. Yes, the iPhone is awesome. Again. If you're a good reporter, but not a great writer, it's hard thing to work with. You feel like you're writing the same thing over and over again. Because you are....
From these pre-order figures it seems there's an inverse relationship between how disappointing an iPhone is and how well it sells. Do you think that points to the small, vocal tech crowd being out of touch with everyone else?
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?