You have probably seen these if you tried to use Digg over the last several weeks. Sad. The old Digg is dead. Long live blah. I prefer the old less revolting digg errors. Do you think there will be enough users left for the next Digg Revolt.
I got the above when I was searching on Google for a SMO product I heard about on a podcast called knowem. It basically helps companies reserve their social media profiles across the multitude of social sites, keep away squatters, that type of stuff. Apparently my desktop brought up a page that was intended for […]
It’s greater than a 12 months now since I concluded that Search Engine Optimization (search engine optimisation) was, or was soon going to change into, a waste of time. I had already, 6 months before then, mentioned farewell to spending an hour a day engaged on getting reciprocal links. What led, at the time, to […]
No, it’s not a question, but a statement. See? Here’s a digg.com submission of a well-written article critical of the new Digg V4. It received 321 votes in about one day’s time, yet did not make it to the Digg front page. Can’t take the criticism?
You’re doing SEO. I’m doing SMO