The Law Of Diminishing Abundance Of Internet (Higher User Growth Uncorrelated With Revenue)

The Law Of Diminishing Abundance Of Internet (Higher User Growth Uncorrelated With Revenue)

In this videocast, I discuss what I am calling the Law of Diminishing Abundance of Internet. It is a construct that some companies become poorer even when they are growing in numbers of customers reached.That applies to industrial sectors like publishing and telecoms. The lesson here is that risk in any business model must be examined from the lens of this mirage abundance which Internet has provided in some sectors.

 

 

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