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Digg is Alive: The Social News Website Now Has 10 Million Emails on File

Digg is Alive: The Social News Website Now Has 10 Million Emails on File

It’s not exactly a miracle but the fact that in January 2013 there’s news that Digg as a web entity is alive and kicking could be classed in some way as a small miracle—a really small one. The site has you know has undergone a lot of changes in the last few years, a few [...]

January 12th, 2013 by Anthony West

92% Of Digg Users Wouldn’t Use The Site Anymore

92% Of Digg Users Wouldn’t Use The Site Anymore

By now you should have caught wind of the fact that Digg is no longer the place to be for social news. The site has undergone so many changes (including a sale) that users are no apathetic towards it. The company that acquired Digg (Betaworks) also owns link shortening service Bit.ly and in an effort [...]

August 13th, 2012 by Anthony West

Digg Really Sold For $16 Million, Not $500,000

Digg Really Sold For $16 Million, Not $500,000

The decline and eventual sale of Digg is a tale of how social media properties can suffer when they fail to keep up with the times. There was a time when getting to the front-page of Digg was the holy grail of social and online relevance; but that was when people had few places to [...]

August 6th, 2012 by Anthony West

Pros & Cons Of Social Bookmarking Sites

Pros & Cons Of Social Bookmarking Sites

Social bookmarking on sites like Digg and StumbleUpon is more than just a place to store your favorite links on the web, they can also be great for sharing links and a helpful online marketing tool. However, social bookmarking isn’t right for everyone. There are certain benefits and drawbacks that users need to consider. Link [...]

October 12th, 2011 by Tony Smith

Digg Revamps And Works On Newsroom

Digg Revamps And Works On Newsroom

There was once a time when Digg made the tech headlines pretty much every week, but ever since social media got really dynamic, sites like Digg have fallen off the radar—to an extent. Well, the fine folks at Digg at trying to change that, and have announced sweeping changes at the popular social news site. [...]

September 26th, 2011 by Anthony West

Digg Founder Resigns, Company’s Fate Hangs Precariously

Digg Founder Resigns, Company’s Fate Hangs Precariously

In late 2004, Kevin Rose founded a simple website called Digg. If you recall, a few months earlier in the same year, someone called Mark Zuckerberg had started a killer website called Facebook. But it was confined within the walls of Harvard University. Digg wasn’t, and it became big, no, huge! People were sharing stories [...]

March 23rd, 2011 by Aditya Rayaprolu

Digg Bury Button is Back

Digg Bury Button is Back

Back whenever Digg upgraded its website to Version 4 it made quite a number of changes which users really didn’t enjoy. One of the major features was the Bury button, which allows users to essentially down vote a story, without decreasing the vote count. It basically shows Digg that a story may not be enjoyed [...]

November 3rd, 2010 by SiteTrail

Digg’s Traffic Down 26%, Reddit’s Up 24% Since Digg V4 Release

Digg’s Traffic Down 26%, Reddit’s Up 24% Since Digg V4 Release

About a month ago Digg Version 4 went live. User’s revolted over countless problems with the site. The site was pretty much unusable for the first couple of days. User’s felt that the new Digg was more “publisher” friendly, rather than “user” friendly like it originally built community upon. There have been many revolts in [...]

September 26th, 2010 by SiteTrail
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