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ThreadWatch is for sale

ThreadWatch is for sale again. They have announced a limited time opportunity to buy it before they “turn it off” in 3 days. Classic all-in behavior from a classically macho web site.

If it does go away, there’s plenty to talk about. I guess we have to wait and see….

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4 Responses to “ThreadWatch is for sale”

  1. IncrediBILL Says:

    TW has already died in the last few months.

    Aaron is just wisely planning a TW funeral to cut his losses.

  2. Scott Says:

    So… who is going to start the successor site and sink or swim with it? Or will Aaron let some one buy TW… (cue 1910 radio thriller suspense music).

  3. Nick Wilsdon Says:

    I think the better question is who *isn’t* going to start the successor site. Already we have w3wisdom.com, threadwatcher.com and aosep.com.

  4. IncrediBILL Says:

    More importantly, why would anyone want to replicate a two-time loser?

    I enjoyed reading it as did many but it didn’t appear to be profitable or it would still be online.

    Somehow I think the resident competitive webmaster might have a comment or two on this perspective…