Sadly this isn’t possible on Digg, though it would be interesting if they provided a page with the most buried or hated stories. After all, just because you don’t like a story doesn’t mean it is spam, but it is still news.
We all lead busy lives, and finding ways to optimize our online research is vital for time management.
As the Sphinn user base increases, finding the wheat among the chaff becomes more time consuming.
Having just come back from a week in Florida, striving to improve not only my own powers of concentration and focus, but how to grab and maintain the attention of readers and customers, for the last few days I have been thinking a little about Sphinn… some of those thoughts haven’t been pleasant, and to be perfectly honest, the good thoughts had very selfish motives.
Blogcatalog is slowly becoming much more than a just a blog directory and is making strides to differentiate itself from MyBlogLog and other Blog Social Networks and widgets.
Some of the things being added are almost invisible, others are much more visible and hint at how a site can leverage partnerships with other communities to broaden their reach, and provide simple feature additions that just make a site more sticky.
Stampede Secrets 2.0 is unlike any internet marketing report or ebook I have read…
If spending $97 on an ebook is a major financial commitment, don’t read any further
Ok, for the rest of you lets get on with the review…
John Wesley over at Pick the Brain really is “getting smarter every day”.
He had a great article, he submitted it himself, and it flopped on Digg.
Doesn’t that happen to us all? Multiple Times?