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  • Freya
    You make a good point Rupert! Redirecting the URL somewhere should have been the thing to do whatever the circumstances, I mean it wouldn t be that expensive
    Message 1 of 15 , Jan 31, 2009
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      You make a good point Rupert! Redirecting the URL somewhere should have
      been the thing to do whatever the circumstances, I mean it wouldn't be
      that expensive and they can't be THAT broke! I bet I could make a very
      fancy page like that in well under 1k, so even bandwidth can't be an
      issue!

      I'm wondering if they aren't looking for a buyer
      desperately at the last minute, or maybe they really are just
      relocating the servers etc and making a right hash of it!


      I like Revver tho and don't want to talk them down. It was my favourite
      online video service and I never understood why they couldn't get the
      support they needed.



      This has made me think tho, that there must be a lot of very vulnerable
      web companies out there and what is going to happen to them in the
      current economic situation?



      In fact other than youtube and myspace which video companies are backed by large entities?



      love



      Freya




      --- On Sat, 1/31/09, Rupert <rupert@...> wrote:
      From: Rupert <rupert@...>
      Subject: Re: [videoblogging] Re: is Revver no more?
      To: videoblogging@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Saturday, January 31, 2009, 7:36 PM











      How bloody difficult is it to put up a "Revver is undergoing

      maintenance" page.

      You do it if you're offline for an HOUR, let alone a week.

      They must be unable to pay their bills and have been cut off.

      The story they told Andrew Baron doesn't ring true at all.

      But you'd think to back it up they'd at least redirect their domain

      to a single holding page somewhere, on someone else's server. Not to

      do so smells of self-pity and despair. Like they're just walking away.

      Who'd use them after this?

      With this kind of behaviour, they're begging to go bust.



      On 31-Jan-09, at 11:26 AM, Jeffrey Taylor wrote:



      Be astounded no more, Gena. My experiene tells me that businesses

      having to

      do with effective external communications are oftentimes the absolute

      worst

      at logistics and...you guessed it...communications .



      2009/1/31 Gena <compumavengal@ earthlink. net>



      > How hard is it to understand the concept of communicating with

      > customers and clients? Part of the reason businesses are tanking is

      > that whether brick and mortar or online merchants fail to inform

      about

      > planned outages or changes in services.

      >

      > This is astounding that so many companies just don't get this simple

      > fact. Businesses have relationships with people they call customers

      > and clients. Communication is part of that relationship. Exchanging

      > pay for services is another part.

      >

      > If you stop communicating with me and make it harder for me to know

      > what is going on I will walk away. If you don't deliver the service

      > you said you would I will take my money and find another place that

      > will or do without.

      >

      > If I walk away with bad feelings I'm gonna tell someone and they tell

      > two friends and so on...

      >

      > I shouldn't need access to the big boss to find out this kind of

      > stuff. Headbanging stupid.

      >

      > Gena

      >

      > --- In videoblogging@ yahoogroups. com <videoblogging%

      40yahoogroups. com>,

      > "Kim Waldauer" <kimw@...> wrote:

      > >

      > > Does anyone know if Revver is completely out of business? I haven't

      > been able to get onto

      > > their site for 2 days and no one over there is responding to

      emails.

      > Kinda regretting I use

      > > them for my rss feed & streaming videos on website. I mean

      "used". I

      > know there have been

      > > rumors floating around about them....but was wondering if anyone on

      > this forum knew

      > > anything.

      > >

      > > -Kim

      > > http://www.cubenews 1.com

      > >

      >

      >

      >



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      Rupert

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