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Learn from Digg's Replatforming Mistakes [Infographic]

Once the dust from the holidays has cleared, many merchants will consider replatforming their websites for greater success in the New Year. This, however, is a big decision that shouldn’t be approached lightly. Website Magazine...

What's New in Digg v1?

Once the most powerful “social” destination on the Web, Digg.com fell somewhat quickly from grace but after its recent sale/acquisition by Betaworks the site is focused on remaking the site and returning it to its former...

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A Brief History of Digg

It was announced last week that Digg.com, the once powerful and influential social bookmarking service, has sold to BetaWorks for $500,000 U.S. Whether you see it as a fall from grace, or are excited by the re-launch of the platform...

Abandon Digg Day Update

Digg users apparently deserted the site in droves for Reddit yesterday according to data from Web analytics company StatCounter. The firm’s research arm StatCounter Global Stats conducted a special analysis of Digg versus Reddit...

Digg Seeks Salvation

Several weeks ago, I proclaimed that Digg is Deadd . So, when I received an invite to alpha test the new Digg.com, I decided to conduct my own post-mortem. Here's what I found. When first logging in to the new Digg.com, you are...

Digg Announces API Enhancements for Developers

A very notable advance in social search pretty much flew completely under the radar last week. Social powerhouse Digg announced several important enhancements to their API which will make it easier for developers to build applications...

Digg Shakes Up the Advertising Game

Digg just took online ads - particularly social advertising - to a whole new level. Advertisements will soon be integrated into regular Digg content (the 'river'), appearing similar to a regular submission. And, just like Digg...

The State of Content Submission Sites

Content submission sites can garner a fair amount of traffic for a website. So it's good to know where your content stands the best chance of reaching the widest audience. Compete.com has returned new traffic results for March...

reddit Opens Up, Allows Full Customization

While larger voting sites such as Digg and recently-released Yahoo Buzz keep their properties closely guarded, Reddit is taking the exact opposite approach, hoping to capitalize on its 300 percent growth since May. Taking dead aim...

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The Complete Publisher's Guide to Yahoo Buzz

Yahoo Buzz has opened up to all publishers, meaning that - like it or not - you need to get involved. The big bonus for publishers is not in getting a few thousand hits at a time, but millions. Yahoo Buzz gives you the opportunity...

Yahoo Buzz Opens to All Publishers

It's official, Yahoo's Digg-style Buzz is now open to all publishers. Unlike Digg, one of the main features of Buzz is to push content to the home Yahoo page - a chance for publishers to gain a monumental amount of attention...

Time to Start Mixxing

Social news aggregator and Digg competitor Mixx.com has announced the launch of their API, allowing developers to get their hands dirty creating new applications. And that means more attention and more traffic for Mixx and those who...

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