The Problem With Internet Real Estate

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Unlike real-world real estate, the Internet has unlimited space for new housing. But every new addition to the Internet changes the entire market for what already exists online.

In this comic, we see how a popular new website can up the market value for other similar websites or how a terrible, nonsensical website can completely pop the housing bubble.

The take away? The Internet is only as strong as its weakest link, so do a better job with your own blog.

via The Problem With Internet Real Estate [COMIC].

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