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I know it’s a lot of real niggas working at radio, real people, real programming directors with wives and kids that love music, that can’t play what they want to play because they’ve been paid to play that bullshit over and over and over.
I was raised by KRS 1, I was raised by Tribe Called Quest, I was raised by DMX.
And after months of declining Netflix performance on Comcast’s network, the two companies announced a new “paid peering” arrangement on Sunday, which will see Netflix pay Comcast for better access to its customers, a capitulation Netflix has been trying to avoid for years.
Paid peering arrangements are common among the network companies that connect the backbones of the internet, but consumer companies like Netflix have traditionally remained out of the fray — and since there’s no oversight or transparency into the terms of the deal, it’s impossible to know what kind of precedent it sets.
Like any other field, you need to be able to anticipate trends and exigencies, stay ahead of them, and have a badass Plan-B-exit-strategy in case what you’re doing doesn’t work or blows up in your face. After all, SEO is all about improving your rankings on relevant searches by targeted users so you can get more targeted traffic.
Either way, it’s clear that Netflix has decided to take matters — and costs — into its own hands, instead of relying on rational policy to create an effective and fair marketplace. The truth about SEO, though, is that it’s not rocket science. They also generally discredit the entire channel as just too hard, expensive, competitive, or just plain bullshit smoke-and-mirrors. Not fuck the people that work at radio because these is real people that gotta feed they kids and they’re not being allowed to play that real shit because they think that in order to feed they kids they gotta play the same shit over and over and over.
They will give you a little bit of factual information.
By now, you’ve probably heard—Kanye West went on a ridiculous rant talking about Jay Z, Beyoncé, ASAP Rocky and more in Sacramento Saturday night (Nov. Now, the full video has surfaced, and in it he shows love to Ian Connor, tells Q-Tip to stop telling Kanye how to act, and much more.