TailoredMusic.com: The next URL to be banned from Digg

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I was alerted to TailoredMusic this morning from Mashable’s post about their diggbait song titled “A Love Song for Digg”. While this song might actually work because it’s targeted towards the Digg audience, I don’t think any of their other songs are Digg material.

Yet when I view the other song samples all of them have “digg this” buttons and several of them have been submitted to Digg all by the same user. I can’t help but think that diggers are going to get sick of seeing all these submissions that are irrelevant and start marking them as spam. I can’t say for sure and this is just my opinion but I am predicting that TailoredMusic will soon be banned from Digg.
What are your thoughts on this?

Cameron Olthuis

Cameron Olthuis

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  • http://pronetadvertising.com Muhammad Saleem

    They tailored one song for Digg and are just another example of a site pandering to Digg to get traffic.

  • http://www.pronetadvertising.com Cameron Olthuis

    I personally have nothing against the song, at least it is somewhat relevant to Digg.

  • http://www.techspews.com Chris

    By putting up the Digg this button on everything they are asking to be banned. I have thought it would be a great idea for Digg to allow you to claim a site (so they can verify you own it) and prevent certain articles from being posted to Digg.

  • http://www.centernetworks.com Allen Stern

    Muhammad – but how many other sites do that? C’mon…

  • http://www.webdesignid.com/blog Zach Kaktin

    I distrust rustic browns (and site owners who use rustic brown color schemes).

  • http://www.enthousiasmeren.nl Erno Hannink

    With the help of this article they will probably get banned now.