I just listened to this fascinating podcast on Adam Curry, founder of the No Agenda Show.
Adam uses a VALUE-FOR-VALUE business model for his show that is very similar to #PayWhatItsWorth pricing.
He discusses this model at about the 20 min mark in the podcast, and it's very interesting to learn how he uses the model, and his fan engagement, to completely fund his show. This info is especially helpful for those of us who create performance art.
I am: a Practical Optimist & Meaningful Capitalist, a wizard of the less obvious things.
I create: communication stuff; like brands, websites and (fictional) stories.
I can help you:
- be entertained
- to connect
- to express
- to communicate
- to design
I'm writing: my blog, Rise of the Innerpreneur. And I'm working on two books. One on Pay What It's Worth pricing and another, a science fiction/adventure/romance.
I'm most active on: Twitter.
1. Trekked the Annapurna circuit through the Nepalese Himalayas for 2.5 wks with just a backpack and my love, Daniel Bida 2. Left my corporate career to find my calling and do what I love 3. My dog Jack is very fantastic!
Wilfrid Laurier University
Bachelor of Business Administration (Co-op Option), major in Marketing, double minor in Psychology & Communications, 2000 - 2004
University of British Columbia
Certificate in Entertainment (Film & Television) Administration, 2004 - 2004