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Digg Has Broken An Axle

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Seems like Digg’s traffic ranking has been going down since it’s new version rolled out a week ago.  Maybe its users are confused with the site’s new structure? Or maybe they already tired of this giant spam board front-paging articles (aka RSS feeds) from the same big websites.  Digg favors only big sites like techcrunch, wsj, college humor, huffingtonpost, mashable, engadget, etc.   If you noticed, Digg’s left sidebar, perpetually displays  these big publishers accounts/websites as Recently Active, and you’ll see a stream of stories from these sites filling up most of the page.   Digg has become more of a big RSS feed aggregator for big these websites instead of being a user-driven social content website.

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