[Fwd: Re: CD upsell due diligence help]
Percy.Cabello at pfizer.com
Thu, 4 Sep 2003 17:34:45 -0400
What about MusicMatch (uses IE) or some other media player. Media players
complement very well an internet user experience. I also think spam blockers
in general are not a good idea because one of Mozilla (the suite) most
promoted features is spam blocking and offering a spam blocker seems
laughable to some point (at first sight indeed, I understand there may be
use for a spam blocker for people who just don't intend to use mozilla mail
for any reason).
I suggest also ZoneAlarm, WinZip and GetRight (GetRight may be seen as an
enhance of download manager, but unlike spam, this is not a "too much talked
Prsonally I see no problem with McAfee. I've used it for two years and
haven't seen a virus around. Luck doesn't use to last that much. I'd like to
hear the basis for negatice comments for McAfeee AV.
Bart, what particular McAfee product/edition do you mean? not sure if I have
the one you mean.
what about subscription services.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: bart decrem [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2003 5:25 PM
> To: Duane Fahey
> Cc: Mozilla Marketing Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: CD upsell due diligence help]
> Duane Fahey wrote:
> > Subject:
> > Re: CD upsell due diligence help
> > From:
> > Ian Thomas <email@example.com>
> > Date:
> > Wed, 03 Sep 2003 22:32:22 +0100
> > To:
> > Duane Fahey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Duane Fahey wrote:
> >> I think it's too early to upsell. When there is an end-user CD
> >> (Firebird 1.0?), with an end-user web site (mozilla.com?), then it
> >> will be a good time to upsell.
> >> Also, I think that upselling with these kinds of products might
> >> detract from built-in features, like disabling pop-ups, spam
> >> filtering, etc.
> > Upselling is a useful source of revenue for the Mozilla
> Foundation. It
> > is also advisable that we get all processes and deals
> sorted out before
> > 1.0, so people are not rushed at the last minute.
> So far, I haven't heard specific suggestions for appropriate upsells,
> other than we're considering switching to Mailblocks instead of
> By the way, a number of people mistook an upsell (in the checkout
> process on the web site, we offer to sell you another product) for a
> bundle (on the CD, additional 3d party software is included).
> > Ian