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Rush Hour – The Industry Revolts on Digg

This week on Rush Hour Cshel and Cameron discuss a big story where a story was removed the main page of Digg and the poster was banned after his story had 16,000 Diggs. The story removal lead to an uproar from the community. They talk about the addiction of posting on Digg and the hope that their story will make the home page. They also explore other social media site alternatives to use including Reddit, Delicious and StumbleUpon. Finally, [Brent Csutoras](http://www.weirdasianews.com/) from Innerchange Magazine chimes in with Carolyn and Cameron.

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Neil Patel is the co-founder of KISSmetrics, an analytics provider that helps companies make better business decisions. Neil also blogs about marketing and entrepreneurship at Quick Sprout.

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3 thoughts on “Rush Hour – The Industry Revolts on Digg

  1. You sure this feed is working? The latest show that it shows for me is the one where you guys welcome c-shel to the podcast.

  2. Hey Neil (and Muhammad),
    Just wondering if I could get your guys’ expert opinion on the current state of Digg (a week after the turmoil)? I use Digg on a regular basis, but I am not a power user. I’d be interested to hear what the current atmosphere is like and what the short-term future looks like.
    Much appreciated.
    Cheers,
    Aidan