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  • worfldorf (edited 3 years ago)

    I suppose so but I doubt that the AMAgeddon will have caused enough users to permanently leave Reddit altogether for them to need to downsize.

    The difference between the AMAgeddon and the Digg collapse is that Reddit already had its own stable site that could handle the massive influx (whereas Snapzu is invite only and slowing the flow of new users and Voat has had its bandwidth annihilated), already had its own developed culture and a better community (the joke on Reddit at the time is that Digg would get whatever was on the front page 2 days later) and had site functions that where better / expanded upon what Digg had already done.

    I think that the site that will become "The Reddit Killer" will at least need to satisfy the following points.