Dalton Caldwell may have burned a bridge with Facebook, but now he's on a crusade
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- Look at xbox live they charge for services that are available for free elsewhere but they are well ahead of those other services. People will pay for excellence.Aug 3, 2012
- Yes, but Xbox Live doesn't require all of your friends using it to succeed. You can use Xbox Live even if none of your friends have an Xbox, but you can't use a social network if none of your friends use it.
That would be like using facebook when you have 0 friends. There would be no content, so there would be nothing to do on it.Aug 3, 2012
- you don't use xbox live if none of your friends use it. It's a social platform as well.Aug 4, 2012
- I'm not calling xbox live a social network. I said it was a social platform. You can always just buy a PS3 instead of an xbox that has an online service that's free. Generally you don't because xbox live is where your friends are. Anyway the point being is that there are clear examples of people paying for services that can be found for free elsewhere on the web. So these guys should absolutely give it a try.Aug 4, 2012
- Actually, I play on Xbox Live all the time, and only very with my friends. I think I only have something like 5 friends registered, come to think of it. is right; I don't really care who I play with or what their interests are, we all just play the game.Aug 4, 2012
- yes you pay to play with people and friends on a social platform for services you could be getting for free somewhere else. Again people will pay for excellence so these guys should absolutely give it a shot.Aug 4, 2012
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