An web 2.0 startup from India, Dubbagol.com is all set to revolutionize the way mainstream media news is reported and consumed by Indians at large. At dubbagol user can browse through indian stuff all categorized under different topics. User can vote or bury the content as per his wish with really simple voting system. Publishers, bloggers can create an account & submit their links to dubbagol. Bloggers can also get a simple voting badge to display on their blogs, which enables visitors to vote the content. Despite of links, users can also submit images & videos. Almost sounds like other Digg indian clones, but dubbagol has one thing to stand out. Read on….
Dubbagol picks one random user for every 100 links submitted & rewards him with hard cash. User will be randomly picked without looking at how many posts he made & how many vote he got. But the catchy thing in website is, they are not providing any information on who won in last 100 post & how much money they are paying out. I sent a mail to Dabbagol person asking this, but no reply. May be they not yet completely launched. If they keep this transparent, then they could succeed upto some level. Since there are already dominating similar services like Digg & its indian clone Indian Pad.