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Subject: Re: UKNM: RE: UKNM Digest V1 #330
From: Nigell Boulton
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 10:56:56 GMT

and for every person who buys regularly online, there is twice as many who
are worried about issues like CC security etc. If an organisation like the
Beeb / BBC can encourage and empower more people to buy online it can only
be a good thing for the industry.

Nigell Boulton
Genius in Residence

----- Original Message -----
From: John Braithwaite <JohnBatGBGdirect [dot] com>
To: <uk-netmarketingatmail [dot] chinwag [dot] com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 1999 9:49 AM
Subject: UKNM: RE: UKNM Digest V1 #330

> Just a couple of points:
> For every net veteran there someone out there taking their first wobbly
> steps on the net. Therefore I think that beeb and the BBC brands (e.g. Top
> Gear/Gardeners World) are ideal for reaching to this audience and selling
> them. e.g. You have just watched Changing Rooms and you like the look of
> that cheap sideboard - buy it online! The beeb v. BBC is a classic
> problem for a service that is funded by the general public. Rumour had it
> that some sites on beeb were doing so well (and getting more traffic than)
> the bbc.co.uk sites that they were transferred from beeb to BBC.
> The news from BT is interesting too - I guess because I get the digest
> version of this newsletter it won't hit my desktop until this PM. Just a
> quick thought: where does this leave the free ISPs? No money from phone
> charges, no money from customers for the service. Anyone in their right
> will also set their homepage to be whatever they want (e.g. bbc.co.uk) -
> where do they go from here? How can they re-invent themselves?
> On another note: Ray - Are you the Gecko from the Budweiser commercial?
> let it go, mate!
> > Strange, I have never received any unsolicited email from Amazon.
> > have they ever tried to sell me a "targeted email" service. I _have_
> > received email from them which they have had my permission to send. And
> am
> > grateful for the wonderful service they provide.
> >
> > But if you want to call them liars, cheats and frauds I guess that's
> > business.
> > RT

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