The guys at JibJab have been experimenting longer than anyone else with new business models for Web content. Andy Plesser of the excellent site Beet.TV has a video interview with JibJab co-founder Gregg Spiridellis, where he talks about letting users integrate them into JibJab's content, charging for e-cards, and sponsored content.
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