"This social reading start-up is working on their own replacement to Google Reader, and one step Digg made in that direction was to ask current Google Reader users what we liked. Over 17 thousand users have already filled out the survey, and Digg has noticed that the average Google Reader user spends a lot of time in the service.Digg Targets Their Google Reader Replacement at Hard-Core Users - The Digital Reader
For example, over 60% of users report that they subscribe to 50 or more RSS feeds in Google Reader, with nearly 20% subscribing to more than 250 RSS feeds. The survey has also shown that 80% of users check Google Reader many times a day, and that we are using it both for work and for personal reading."
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Digg Targets Their Google Reader Replacement at Hard-Core Users - The Digital Reader
More on Google's latest attempt to alienate some of its most dedicated users