Angie's List is no longer advertising on the Rush Limbaugh Show. This is a statement of fact.
Angie's List waited until their contract expired in early November, and then opted not to immediately renew their contract. This is also a statement of fact.
and destroying radio networks (see below)
Flush Rush used to announce each major company that dropped Rush as a win. But one company honorable enough to make a public announcement that they were leaving Limbaugh's program "as soon as possible" generated a nasty backlash by Rush Limbaugh supporters.
One week prior to Angie's List making the determination not to immediately renew their contract with Rush Limbaugh, the company was met with a scathing analysis about their inability to retain members.
Angie's List continues to try to recruit as many members as they can, yet the more members they recruit, the more they lose. That just isn't a business plan...We do not know if there was any relationship between this report, and the decision made by Angie's List.
Conclusion: ANGI is a train wreck in progress
Angie's List Financials Show A Train Wreck In Progress, October 26, 2012
We also do not know what the future holds for Angie's List. We are happy that we no longer need to advise our supporters to drop their Angie's List memberships. Because we do not know Angie's List's future plans, we are not announcing this as a win.
|In other news today, a major radio industry network voluntarily delisted from NASDAQ, reported dire financial difficulties, and blamed its troubles, in part, on advertisers boycotting Rush Limbaugh.|
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