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    Web 2.0 Expo Berlin 2008 - Limiits to FreeConomics Web 2.0 Expo Berlin 2008 - Limiits to FreeConomics Presentation Transcript

    • The Limits to FreeConomics Alan Patrick Web 2.0 Expo Berlin
    • Today Discussion
      • Reducing costs on the web 2.0 value chain, and the rise of FreeConomics
      • Limits to FreeConomics
      • Post Crunch Business Models
    • Today What is true – Metcalfe’s / Reed’s Law Aggregation Distribution Creation Customer Environment Archive Material Data Availability Bandwidth People
    • Today What is true – Moore’s Law / Learning Curves Aggregation Distribution Creation Customer Environment Creation Costs Archive Material Data Availability Bandwidth People Search & Aggregation Cost Hosting & Distribution Cost Equipment Costs
    • Today What is not true: Lower cost = Free ! Volume of Business P f C f Time
      • At First……
      • Cost of Start 10x Lower
      • Transaction Costs are non-zero
      • - Losses are affordable via capital funding
    • Today Free fails due to transaction costs Volume of Business P f Time - Every new node has transaction costs, and they also follow Metcalfe’s law - Transaction Cost losses are eventually unaffordable via capital funding - Requires income..…usually fast FAIL!
    • Today The Hope…… Seedcamp 2008 Business Models via Wordle.net (Courtesy Guardian)
    • Today The Reality.… Total Online Ad Spend 2009 $50bn Google 27% Next 3 30% Next 20 ~ 25% Long Tail
      • Post It Note Analysis:
      • If everyone wants to be a $100m company…
      • … .and there is about $ 10bn tops to share easily….
      • … it means, on average, there is enough for c 100 companies…
            • ..Globally !
      • Chances are, it won’t be you
      eMarketer, Jefferies & Co, Broadsight Analysis 2009 2008
    • Today Paddle, sir ? Credit: Funnypix
    • Today The game theory of “Free” Price Demand P £ D £
    • Today The game theory of “Free” Zero Price Infinite Demand P £ P f D £ D f
    • Today But if everyone else dives to the bottom too ? Thanks to http://threeriversfishing.blogspot.com/2007/05/everybodys-doing-it.html
    • Today The liferaft game Price Demand P £ P f D £ D f Your Increased Share Everyone else’s little increased shares
    • Today Spending a fortune for users who pay nothing Zero Price Finite Demand P £ P f D £ D f Your spend to keep Your Share Everyone else’s spend to keep Their Shares
    • Today Deja View media.ebaumsworld.com/.../ShitCreek.png
    • Today The 4 FreeConomic Myths Aggregation Distribution Creation Customer Environment UnmeteredHosting & Distribution Open, Free Services SustainableFree content Others will give you stuff for free - forever
    • Aggregator Today A bit of theory – standard supply chain Buyer Goods Pay Creation Goods Pay
    • Aggregator Today A two sided market Buyer Goods Pay Supplier Goods Pay Pay
    • Aggregator Today Free Content Forever – a UGC market End User Goods Content Creator Goods Fund No Pay
    • Today “ Digital Sharecropping” ?
    • Aggregator Today A multi sided market Buyer Goods Supplier Goods Fund Advertise Pay No Pay
    • Today An example Video Video Pay Ads Create
    • Today An example - Act 2 Video Video Pay 4 % Sue Sue Goods
    • Aggregator Today “ Offset” Economics User Goods Supplier Goods Fund? ? Pay No Pay
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    • Today What is your Net Present Value? Cumulative Income Money Time NPV of Cumulative Income
    • Data may be free, but its everywhere in chains
    • Today Those who pay the pipers choose the tune
    • Today Bandwidth too cheap to meter? Volumes Payment £ >> 0 Capacity 1 D £ D free Time Demand Capacity 2
    • Today Or The End for Aggregators on a Cheap Ride? All utilities become metered at some point, typically when capital replacement costs become an issue
    • Today The User Shall Not Pay ? Cost of Media Production favours Cr*p in Free market Poor Quality drives out Good Quality from Market Quality customers - then advertisers - exit market 500 Channelz… … .an nuffinz on Cr*p Quality
    • Today Gamechange ?
    • Today Companies under risk (1) – acquisition costs Many Players, Sticky Unique, Sticky Many Players, Not Compelling Unique, Not Compelling Churn / Lifecycle of customers Competition for customers Marketing Cost Community Care costs
    • Today Companies under risk (2) – distribution costs Video, 1 to 1 Text, 1 to 1 Video, Social Net Text, Social Net Complexity Bandwidth & Hosting Transport Costs Community Care costs
    • Today Companies under risk (3) – no added value Entertain Dead Sheep Inform Enterprise Productivity Quality Quality Costs Reliability Costs
    • Today FTW?
    • Today Safe Harbour
    • Today “ Near Freeconomic” models (1) Razr & Blade
    • Today “ Near Freeconomic” models (2) - Freemium
    • Today Pay per Poke
    • Today Make it easy to advertise…. ABC Today Don’t Worry, Be Happy TV Lessons Predictability CPM / CPC Quality Content Good Metrics
    • Today … .pay to have Ads removed ? A recent IBM study found that the TiVo generation is officially online, with 11% of respondents happy to pay ' a little' to remove all advertising from videos. Consider the numbers: Google-owned YouTube pulls in something like 50m unique users a month; let's assume it can charge 'a little', a couple of dollars a month maybe - let's round it up to $24.99 a year for a 'premium user' service. Now let's assume that 11% of users sign up. That's a revenue stream worth $137m annually... Source: eMarketer (http://www.e-consultancy.com/news-blog/364572/one-in-10-will-pay-to-remove-youtube-ads.html)
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