Digg.com banned its top 100 users to make more money
This is an amazing move, Digg.com just banned its top 100 contributors because they made 32% of visits to the Digg.com website. It sounds like an
article from the satirical website http://www.theonion.com but its true.
This is actually a brave action, to ban your best people so that the base of users increases. Where will they go?
Over the past week, we’ve started killing off our top
Let me explain: If we want to place our negotiation baseline at $300-million, we can not have the same 1 percent of users generating 32 percent of
visits to our site.