All Articles Blog Engage Owner Bans 3rd Most Active Member 2742 days ago via clickfire 9 Comments Blogging You can't make this stuff up. The owner of a social voting site for bloggers banned his third most active user. Share Story Blog Engage Owner Bans 3rd Most Active Member Twitter Facebook Google + Linkedin Reddit Delicious Digg Tumblr Pinterest FriendFeed Slashdot FURL Vote Devesh 2743 days ago 1 point Reply Hi Clickfire, It is really bad to see that, Blogengage is deleting the accounts of most active users. PS. I think now you have a good BE alternative - Blokube lol !! Clickfire 2743 days ago 1 point Reply Hey Devesh, I appreciate the empathy. It's been a rough week or so. Glad to have a new hangout and something tells me you will have a lot of new friends Jym 2743 days ago Reply Have to say I understand and sympathise with the intentions behind this, although I'm not sure it was the best action to address the concerns at Blog Engage. Clickfire 2743 days ago 1 point Reply The intentions don't match up with the results IMHO. The best action is to be respectful of users and to keep the communication open. Devesh 2743 days ago 1 point Reply [i] The best action is to be respectful of users and to keep the communication open. [/i] That's what I am doing here at Blokube Mavis 2742 days ago 1 point Reply Oh my goodness! I had no idea this was happening. I better go and check to see if my account is still active. Best, Mavis Amabaie 2742 days ago Reply It is heartening to hear Devesh express such a community minded attitude. Active members of a site like this are all trying to be good community members, balancing that with a measure of promotion and squeezed by a work overload. If ever I was lapsing into an approach that Devesh (or the owner of any site like this) felt was inappropriate, I would certainly prefer to to be quietly spoken with so that I could change. Why ban an active user, when you could instead provide direction? (There is probably a great blog post seed in this story for some management guru.) Wanfirdaus 2742 days ago Reply OMG... Hostreviewscript 2739 days ago 1 point Reply That is too bad, BE is now only for those who are able to pay, not for everyone and it will not grow up and last for long. Digg is still free and Blokube should follow that way. We can not charge everyone by any ways possible. We have many options to serve the whole community. Thanks Submit a Comment Log in to comment or register here Submitted By clickfire 592 KARMA Share the Post Tweet Related Links 71 Website Copywriting “Hidden Gems” (or How to Create the ULTIMATE Copywriting Swipe File) Why Google Images not Index Pictures on my Website? How To Write Killer Blog Posts Quickly How to Choose the Best Blogging Platform to Start a Blog in 2018 Blogging Productivity - How to Double it This Week 4 Signs You Are Doomed to Fail with Your Blog Take your blog to the next level with these blogging tips Blogging Away: 7 Reasons Rookie Bloggers Fail Blog Engage Does It Actually Work? | My Honest Review Elite Blog Academy 4.0 | Making Blogging a FullTime Income!