Joe Pulizzi muab tso ua ke ib daim ntawv teev cov ntsiab lus twv saib xyuas rau lub Cov Ntsiab Lus Cov Khoom Muag from almost 80 contributers! I'm not much of a fan of Kwv yees, ntau zaus tshaj li tsis muaj neeg yuav luag txhua tus tsis muaj tseeb ... tsis hais lawv lub neej thiab txoj cai li cas. Kuv coj me ntsis ntawm txoj kev luag txaus rau kuv pab ... tab sis Joe nyiam nws thiab hais nws ua ib qho ntawm cov sab saum toj 15!
Khawm tshiab ntxiv rau kev sib raug zoo… Tus "Kaw" khawm to quiet trolls and people that don't add any value to the conversation. Okay, maybe it's not a prediction, just a wish.
In all honesty, though, it seems as though it's getting more difficult every day to break through the noise and find the value in large sites with so many contributions from so many people. Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn have become laden with SPAM and meaningless conversation… Google+ is well on the way. I honestly do believe we need some algorithms that don't simply txhawb tus nyiam, tab sis hais tias tseem ntsiag to trolls.