Digg Dumps Top Diggers List

Digg is dumping the “Top Diggers List” – a move probably designed to reduce the perception that the community is easily gamed by top diggers. I think this is both a smart and bold move by the Digg management team. Smart, because they’re making a decisive move to protect the integrity and public perception of the social network and bold because they risk pissing off a lot of the people that built the early community. We’ll see how this pans out for them.
Related:
Thomas Hawk’s Digital Connection: Listening
TechCrunch: Digg Removes List of Top Users
Marketing Pilgrim: Digg Takes Away Power from Top Diggers

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