Facebook Case study: Don’t Delete the Comments Dude!

Yesterday I was cursing through my feeds and came up on the StartUp.com feed.  The blog below was listed and since Facebook is a fascinating waste of time I thought I would check out why anyone would want to waste their time doing a Case Study on should of a waste of bandwidth as Facebook.

The case study was well done as case studies go, but to no point that made any difference or convincing that the site is worth anyone’s time.  The only reason venture capital is being through into this site is because someone got sold on numbers that are easy to say, but harder to prove.

But, my point of this blog is much clearer that the case study and that is ‘Don’t Delete The Comments That Someone Makes To The Blog!’.  My case study concludes that if you don’t want comments that provide a more factual view, DON’T POST  THE BLOG!.

Now, the comment I made of the case study below went something like this…


All this case study needs is the word Dude at the beginning and the end of each sentence to make it more relevant to the target audience the site is for…  

OH, well, at least you get the point…they don’t


Facebook Case Study: Offline behavior drives online usage

written by Nisan Gabbay, posted on November 5th, 2006


Scot Duke is President of Innovative Business Golf Solutions, LLC and author of How To Play Business Golf.  Mr Duke uses his 30 years of business management experience to help business owners and executives develop their business to be more successful and mentor business people on how powerful of a business tool Business Golf can be towards solving many business challenges. More information on Mr Duke and Business Golf can is available at the Innovative Business Golf Solutions web-site.



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One response to “Facebook Case study: Don’t Delete the Comments Dude!

  1. Yup.. if you can’t take the critics or don’t like people making points on your points, then quit blogging.


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