In one of Rory's videos he mentioned community in relation to VerbLive. I forget which one, but I thought that was interesting. Up until now, he's been talking Sales, so community threw me a bit but you could see how it relates to Verb.tv
When people think about Community online they sometimes think of things like Google Group with like minded people on a particular topic. Community could be even broader like the Gaming Community.
You could think of AOL as a Community too. Don't know how many AOL users there are today. 5 years back or so there were over 2M. The twitter post could be about AOL, or VERB is just having fun with it. Maybe there is a series of posts coming that starts with the early days of the internet and each one is a post throughout the timeline.
Or there could be a deal with AOL and Verizon. Remember not everyone has Teams, WebEx or Zoom. Some may want their own solution that can meet their need (i.e. iterations)
Keep in mind AOL may be a bit different than what you knew decades ago.
"On June 29, 2015, AOL announced a deal with Microsoft to take over the majority of its digital advertising business. Under the pact, as many as 1,200 Microsoft employees involved with the business will be transferred to AOL, and the company will take over the sale of display, video, and mobile ads on various Microsoft platforms in nine countries, including Brazil, Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom."
I found that interesting when I read it today. Nothing to do with slow modems.
Verizon is an interesting company. They bought yahoo too, 3 years ago for $4.5B, two years after they bought AOL for about the same price. You have to ask yourself why?
Why would Verizon buy AOL and then Yahoo.
I am very familiar with Verizon as I've used their services for one of the largest brands for years. They also bought a company I started years ago.
I can say one thing. After a long time of waiting for the foundation to be built, this is getting fun, fast.
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