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Entry from July 30, 2014
“Always Be Clicking” ("ABC” of the Internet)

"Always Be Clicking” (the “ABC” of the Internet) is a similar expression to “Always Be Closing” (the “ABC” of selling). “Always Be Clicking” was cited in 2003, when the expression was used in the videogame industry. “She sticks to the ABC’s of videogame realty (Always Be Clicking)” was cited on Twitter on May 8, 2012.

Vooza produced an “Always Be Clicking” video short (featuring an Internet startup) in 2013. Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, on July 30, 2014, did a segment that taught journalism students to appreciate the importance of Internet clicks. A wall poster showed the “Always Be Clicking” slogan.


HeroClix Realms
Notice to All Players!!
GroovyBoy
03/30/2003, 01:37
Quote
Originally posted by NickCarraway
I talked to Mitch and Murray down at the main office and was told that Second Place would receive the steak knives.
ANy guesses what they said third prize was?


Hit the f!cking bricks, pal!!!
ABC - Always Be Clicking!!!!
(I love Glengary Glenross)

RelicNews
ZeroTwo
7th Jun 08, 12:01 AM
Advice for a new player?

Gameplay wise? Follow the ABC rule; “Always, be, clicking.” If there’s a unit somewhere standing around, it’s going to be killed while you’re off doing something else. Use waypointing to give your units multiple orders in one go, watch everything, keep everything moving and working in concert and you’re almost guaranteed to win with any army.

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WoW DISCUSSION February 13, 2010 Ceraphus
Rule #1 of DPS: ABC
So I have often looked at folks who post up regarding “how do I get higher dps?” Its not always their spec or their gear.  Sometimes its simply a matter of spell or ability rotation and having as little downtime as possible.  So where does ABC come in?  Well ABC stands for in this case Always Be Clicking.  By this we mean you should never not be pushing some ability on your bar.

RPG Exploiters
March 10, 2011
World of Warcraft: Guide to Effectively DPSing in Dungeons & Raids
written by Ceraphus
(...)
5. ABC – Always Be Clicking
You can’t be reaching your potential if you don’t hit buttons.  So even when you are following the other rules, you should always be pressing something.  If you are a caster and you have a spell you can cast on the run but it may not be on your rotation, if you are moving out of the bad, this is a good time to let this spell fly, while not optimal its something over nothing.  If you don’t have a damage dealing spell to cast, make sure you cast some kind of self buff, group buff, etc.  The idea is to constantly do something productive.  If you are just standing there moving around avoiding things all the time, then you are not doing your primary job and you might as well be dead.

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bestposts
BY: A GUEST ON JUN 18TH, 2011
(...)
“Fuck you. That’s my name. You know why, mister? You Void Ray cheesed to get here. I used an eight hundred APM Korean build. THAT’S my name. And your name is you’re wanting. You can’t play in the man’s leauge, you can’t push them - go home and tell your wife your troubles. Because only one thing counts in this life: Get them to GG on the line which is chatted. You hear me you fuckers? A-B-C. A-Always, B-Be, C-Clicking. Always be clicking. ALWAYS BE CLICKING. A-I-D-A. Attention, Interest, Decision, Action. Attention - Do I have you attention? Interest - Are you interested? I know you are, because it’s fuck or walk. You close or you hit the bricks. Decision - Have you made your decision, for Aiur? And Action. A-I-D-A.”

Twitter
Dorkly
‏@dorkly
Dorkly Bits: Videogame Realtor - She sticks to the ABC’s of videogame realty (Always Be Clicking) http://bit.ly/J9sRss
10:15 AM - 8 May 2012

JamesMDias.com
5 HOT MARKETING TIPS FOR TRAFFIC EXCHANGES.
Published by James Dias on July 1, 2012
(...)
#1 ABC
(ALWAYS BE CLICKING) YOU LEARN MORE FROM SEEING WHO AND WHAT’S IN SURF THAN ANYWHERE ELSE. KEEP A NOTE PAD AND TAKE NOTES OF HOW MANY TIMES YOU SEE SITES YOU HAVE INTEREST IN. IF YOU SEE SITES A BUNCH OF TIMES BUT ARE NOT A MEMBER, THEN BECOME A MEMBER NOW! IF THEY ARE MARKETING A LOT AND HAVE DRIVE BEHIND THEM YOU ARE GOING TO BE WORKING WITH A CHAMPION.

Google+
Johan Woods
Shared publicly - Nov 29, 2012
“A B C, ALWAYS BE CLICKING!!!” lol, oh wow...
Vooza is the most unbelievable startup you’ve ever seen

The Brooklyn Paper (Brooklyn, NY)
February 7, 2013 / Print edition page 1
Put that coffee down!
ABC. A, always, B, be, C, clicking. Always be clicking. Always be clicking! AIDA. Attention. Interest. Decision. Action. Attention: does this local news story have your attention? Interest: are you interested in community journalism, I know you are ‘cause it’s click or walk. You click on a story or you hit the bricks. Decision: have you made your decision for news? And action. AIDA. Get out there, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn!

Twitter
Vooza
‏@voozahq
You should ALWAYS BE CLICKING. Alec Baldwin’s got nothing on the King of Clicks. Watch: http://bit.ly/1hhZ55z | pic.twitter.com/ejXMoYW3Tb
2:46 PM - 17 Dec 2013

Twitter
Austin Walne
‏@walne
Hilarious Glengarry Glen Ross spoof [that’s also a @MailChimp ad] “Always Be Clicking” from @voozahq http://vooza.com/videos/always-be-clicking/ … cc: @kaykas
3:12 PM - 2 Jul 2014

Twitter
Jim Andeway
‏@jimandtonic
@hotdogsladies @danbenjamin watching daily show segment on journalism, a poster in the background of the News room:
Always
Be
Clicking
10:20 PM - 30 Jul 2014

Mediaite
You Won’t Believe What the Daily Show Did to Teach Students About Clickbait
by Josh Feldman | 11:39 pm, July 30th, 2014
The Daily Show taught journalism students a lesson in how news works these days. Whereas the students correspondent Jordan Klepper spoke to wanted to focus on good, quality stories, Klepper taught them that the real purpose of news is to draw clicks.
(...)
Klepper taught them how news works, and put up a poster with the motto “Always be clicking.” And with the help of a cute baby and “dronies,” Klepper helped make that dream of instant clickability a reality

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityMedia/Newspapers/Magazines/Internet • Wednesday, July 30, 2014 • Permalink