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Michael Yavonditte 25 Jul 12
so true, wars are fought over pixels
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Brian Lam 25 Jul 12
homepage is little bit like a family trust fund. only give enough subs can do something, not nothing.
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Jonah Peretti 25 Jul 12
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Andrew Golis 25 Jul 12
traffic is the heroin of their content sites. Short-term high, long-term death. cc
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werle 25 Jul 12
. Traffic as a metric could only hinder further innovation. Was such a stress even a regard at Google?
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Tyler Fishback 25 Jul 12
I agree! RT Everyone is giving advice, here's mine in the form of a Facebook comment
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Andrew Chen 25 Jul 12
this plagues big movie sequels, highly viral but low-retention Facebook apps, etc. Distribution w/ no quality leads to corruption
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Blake Hill 25 Jul 12
I want people to stop giving advice so she can make her own decisions. // C.c.
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Anil Dash 25 Jul 12
eventually you should graduate from Facebook comments & emails on Dixon's site to your own blog. Maybe ask HuffPo?
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Jonah Peretti 25 Jul 12
I'm waiting for the next Rebel Mouse release to have my own blog
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Josh Elman 26 Jul 12
but then it won’t be a blog. Should we call that a “reb”?
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Matthew Hurst 26 Jul 12
sounds like you're speaking from experience; was competing for homepage traffic a problem at HuffPo?
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