Guest Post at Mashable – Is DiggBar Twitter’s New Power Tool?

I’ve written a guest post at Mashable taking a look at Digg’s latest and arguably best update offering to date.

All in all, while the DiggBar is certainly an improvement for the end-user, with one release, Digg is positioning themselves in the center of some of the hottest growth markets at the moment and at the same time protecting their core function of content sharing by taking a little focus off the destination site. As usage of the DiggBar increases, they’ll piggyback on content sharing via social networks and microblogging sites as well as corner a very nice chunk of the url-shortner market while increasing the engagement on Digg, without even having people visit the destination site.

read the article.

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2 thoughts on “Guest Post at Mashable – Is DiggBar Twitter’s New Power Tool?

  1. information

    Congratulations on the great guest post on mashable.

    Anyway, Digg has realized that they are gonna go down and soon twitter will rule over content sharing.

    Google updated digg and is trying to buy twitter. That’s a good business strategy.

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  2. Brett Borders

    Only time will tell, but I also think the DiggBar is a genius move that will save the site from a slow decline and death. It has personally re-kindled my interest.

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