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Digg

digg.com

Founded Year

2004

Stage

Corporate Majority | Acquired

Total Raised

$44M

Revenue

$0000 

About Digg

Digg helps users find the best content on the internet. Digg's homepage, curated by a team of editors armed with industry-best data and technology, has proven that there is a large, loyal, and enthusiastic audience for quality online. In addition to the homepage, Digg's original content, tools like Digg Reader and Digg Deeper, and integrations with Facebook Messenger and Amazon Alexa have led to a growing and hyper-engaged user base of internet natives.

Headquarters Location

50 Eldridge Street 2nd Floor

New York, New York, 10002,

United States

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Digg Patents

Digg has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/19/2007

11/9/2010

Video on demand services, Video hosting, Entertainment websites, Free content management systems, Content management systems

Grant

Application Date

7/19/2007

Grant Date

11/9/2010

Title

Related Topics

Video on demand services, Video hosting, Entertainment websites, Free content management systems, Content management systems

Status

Grant

Latest Digg News

How to keep your development team aligned with the company’s product vision

Jun 30, 2022

Sanjoy Singh is the VP of engineering at Talentica Software and has helped over 50 early- and growth-stage startups build scalable platforms. Kevin Rose, the co-founder of Digg and a venture capitalist, once said, “A team aligned behind a vision will move mountains.” This statement is true. To build a successful product, you must navigate through uncertainties, and to do that, you will need a clear product vision. When you have a development team aligned with the product vision, communication becomes easier, and there is lower dependency on key stakeholders, as it empowers team members with decision-making ability. Such teams think more about improving feature adoption, customer engagement and delivering product-centric outcomes, which reduces iterations and production cost, refines time-to-market and helps in achieving business milestones. Just consider the COVID-19 pandemic. Startups suffered due to communication overheads, high attrition rates, reduced morale and battled productivity issues. (More on TechCrunch+ here if you need it!) However, startups with aligned product teams maintained their productivity and inspired innovations just the way they used to do, because they understood the “why” of building a product. The success of a product depends on the commitment of the team that builds it. I have built about 30 startup products over the last 16 years and managed product teams as small as three people to as large as 150. Based on this experience, I have created four rules that I always follow to keep my product teams aligned with the product vision. Map individual aspirations with product needs The success of a product depends on the commitment of the team that builds it. In order to achieve milestones, you need talented individuals who are as committed to the product vision as you are, or you might end up with people with skills but no sense of ownership. To prevent that from happening, you should look at the aspirations of each individual and compare it with what the product needs. You have to maintain a fine balance between the two to improve the grade of the team without compromising an inch on the level of commitment. This is what I do during my interactions with developers. I always try to understand what developers want to do and how they see growth. I often get feedback along the lines of: I want to learn the bootstrapping process. I want to learn about new technologies. I want to handle the scaling of a product. I want to become a full-stack engineer. I want exposure to an architectural pattern like Microservices. Keeping track of these aspirations and addressing them makes it easier to build product teams with high morale, high engagement and better alignment with the product vision. At the same time, individuals start cultivating a sense of ownership of the product. Such teams do not get affected by uncertain times and face minimum attrition issues.

Digg Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Digg founded?

    Digg was founded in 2004.

  • Where is Digg's headquarters?

    Digg's headquarters is located at 50 Eldridge Street, New York.

  • What is Digg's latest funding round?

    Digg's latest funding round is Corporate Majority.

  • How much did Digg raise?

    Digg raised a total of $44M.

  • Who are the investors of Digg?

    Investors of Digg include BuySellAds, Gannett, DG Ventures, Betaworks, The Washington Post Company and 10 more.

  • Who are Digg's competitors?

    Competitors of Digg include Tumblr, Technorati, Yammer, Posterous, Multiply and 7 more.

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