What Happens When Your Social Media Factory Runs Out Of Raw Material?

August 6th, 2009 · 3:42 pm @   -  4 Comments

Today’s Denial Of Service Twitter outage was an annoyance for me, but significantly more serious for others. It was fascinating to watch for me. As a Brick and Mortar guy, I stress out when raw materials to my factories get shut off.

Now I know what happens to people whose business and revenue is built around a social media platform when the platform goes down. You’re out of raw material. No Input, no Output. No Output, No Revenue.

Interesting, and I never really contemplated that it could happen.

Originally posted as a comment by JeffreyJDavis on Yair Olmert using Disqus.

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4 Comments → “What Happens When Your Social Media Factory Runs Out Of Raw Material?”


  1. drewwalker

    7 years ago

    Jeff, your website is amazing, I was updating linked in as an old work friend looked me up so I thought I would see what webmaster jeff was up to. Great job


  2. JeffreyJDavis

    7 years ago

    Drew –

    Thanks for stopping by. Hope you can find some value and keep me honest here. Feel free to chime in with a comment from the other side of the table on the “6 Questions” post if you feel so inclined.


  3. Yair Olmert

    7 years ago

    also check out this post about the DDoS http://bit.ly/ibgmA please RT

    Tnx for your comment there


  4. Yair Olmert

    7 years ago

    also check out this post about the DDoS http://bit.ly/ibgmA please RT

    Tnx for your comment there


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