Is Propeller (f/k/a Netscape) draining traffic from Digg?

by 1389 on October 7, 2007

in 1389 Blog Mailbox, Digg, Orlando, social media, tech industry

Propeller.com Logo The redoubtable Fort Hard Knox Blog has been receiving a lot of traffic lately from Propeller, f.k.a. “Netscape.” According to its “about” page,

Propeller.com is a service of Weblogs, Inc. and part of the AOL Network owned and operated by AOL, LLC, a Time-Warner company.

Propeller is a social bookmarking/networking site, similar to Digg.com, with some differences that we like. There are a lot more categories, and users can tag their stories, so that readers can more easily find topics of interest. If you’re wondering where some of your Digg.com friends have gone – it’s possible that they’re now on Propeller. Propeller is user-friendly, and quite interesting. Check it out! Cross-posted at:

See Fort Hard Knox Daily SitRep Archive for more useful tips! sitrep1.JPG (Get this Button for Your Blog)


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