Stoney deGeyter poses this question at E-Marketing Performance. Subject to the reasons why Diggers will bury an article, would Digg itself survive? What is the supposed reasoning behind the process of burying a story?
- Duplicate Story
- Wrong topic
- OK, this is lame
However, how many times have we seen stories buried where the guidelines above are not applied in a logical sense? This has been especially true of SEO related stories to the point that if you don’t want your story immediately buried, you avoid all references to SEO.
Stoney has put up a reader’s poll asking whether you would digg or bury Digg.com based on the five reasons listed above. For me, it would probably depend upon what was on the home page at the time. I would have defiantly selected “Bury It: OK, This is Lame” for what was plastered across the page this last Tuesday night. How about you? Browse on over to the E-Marketing Performance blog and take the survey yourself.